Philip W. Goguen writes: One health care executive admits that, if there are cuts to federal funding, hospitals would pad their invoices by increasing their prices, performing more tests, or both, to get the income they need. One would expect that prices would increase, but to have an executive admit that tests that were not formerly deemed necessary or cost-effective would be done is outrageous.
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