Massachusetts leads the nation in per capita healthcare spending—perhaps because up to 41% of that money is wasted. That's the finding of a new report from the state's Health Policy Commission, which concludes that between $14.7 billion and $26.9 billion spent on healthcare in 2012 could be considered wasteful.
Up to $27B in healthcare spending in Mass. could be considered wasteful, report finds
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