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The United States has fallen behind other nations, failing to provide affordable healthcare to its citizens. Americans spend $477 billion a year MORE on healthcare than in other advanced countries. Medical billers can’t help but notice how expensive simple things like bandages and medications can be when provided by a medical facility. So why do we pay so much compared to other wealthy nations? What factors are driving both the cost of supplies and medical care upward? And just why did your stitches cost $1,500?

www.medicalbillingandcoding.org/medical-costs-1/

http://www.medicalbillingandcoding.org/medical-costs-1/

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