Comparison shopping has become the new norm for Americans, as they shift more toward self-responsibility for optimizing their use of the health care system. With support from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid in the form of accessible databases–like Physician Compare and Hospital Compare–individuals can play a more responsible role in managing their own well-being under this new paradigm. Jill Daly of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette explores this new world in an article here.
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