Quality versus Cost

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C. Daniel Mullins, PhD
Dr. Mullins dismisses the perception that quality and cost must always be at odds when it comes to cancer treatment. He points out that providing lifesaving treatments that provide a high quality of life do generally come at a higher cost. However, providing poor quality care often leads to wasteful spending because more is spent on fixing problems that are created by the low quality of care.
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