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Waste Not, Want Not

Tech Projects Puts U S Healthcare Inefficiencies under the Knife

If the high cost of private healthcare in the United States wasn’t bad enough, much of that expense is avoidable. According to a 2019 study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, about 25 percent of the country’s healthcare spending is wasteful. That waste tallies at least US$760 billion per year.
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