Aug 10, 2015 – By J. Wayne Kempton
As consumers, we expect to know the value of the things we buy. Before setting out to make major purchases, we scan the landscape of advertisements and consumer reviews. We look for quality products and determine a fair price we’re willing to pay. We ask critical questions like, “Can I get this cheaper at another retailer or online?” However, in one area of our lives, all critical analysis of cost versus value seems to cease, our healthcare purchasing decisions.
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