Study: Orthopedics not seen as major driver of rising Medicare costs

Buddle, Renee Blisard
June 2013
Orthopedics Today;Jun2013, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p26
The article focuses on a study by Daniel Belatti and colleague Phinit Phisitkul which revealed that orthopedics is not considered as a major factor contributing to increasing Medicare costs in the U.S.


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