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EBRI's 2005 Health Confidence Survey Says Cost and Quality Not Linked (PDF)
Employee Benefit Research Institute [EBRI]Link to more items from this source
Oct. 18, 2005
Pages 1-10 of 12. Excerpt: Although battered by rising health care costs, a majority of Americans remain well satisfied with the quality of the care personally received in the last two years, the 2005 Health Confidence Survey (HCS) shows. But Americans tend to view cost as one of the least important factors when considering health care quality, the survey suggests.

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