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    December 08, 2011

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    Medicare currently pays for health care mainly based on resource consumption and service volume. Payments for treatment of healthcare associated infections and other preventable complications contribute to growing Medicare costs The disconnect between current payment policy and fostering high-quality, efficient care is one reason why the health care share of our nation’s gross domestic product (GDP) continues to increase.

    Tim Dodge

    Garage,
    The reading I've done on this topic backs you up. Shannon Brownlee's book "Overtreated: Why Too Much Medicine is Making Us Sicker and Poorer" spends a lot of time on this point. If you haven't read that book, I highly recommend it.

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