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Treatment Cost Disparities Puzzle, Intrigue Charlotte Health Execs
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Jan. 12, 2015

"Why does North Carolina's largest insurer pay an average of $53,000 more for kidney transplants at Duke Hospital than at Carolinas Medical Center? Or twice as much for knee replacements at CMC-University as at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center? Executives at Carolinas Healthcare System and Novant Health say they're pondering those questions in the wake of last week's surprise data dump by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina."

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