Some things you can't hear too many times.
By Jacob Goldstein
If there's any way out of our current health-care morass, it's this: In health care, more expensive care is often no better than less expensive care. We were reminded of this fact by a front-page story in this morning's WSJ, which points out that Pennsylvania is the rare state that requires hospitals to publicly report a wide range of data -- and those data show hospitals with good outcomes are often cheaper than hospitals with bad outcomes, even after you adjust for the patient mix.
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