Review: Public sees value in diagnostics

06/20/2013 | Diagnostic Imaging

Findings published in the journal Value in Health indicate Americans consider diagnostic tests important in limiting the need for invasive medical procedures and reducing costs. Factors such as income, education level, family history and disease severity were linked to willingness to pay for tests. The study reviewed 66 studies that focused on medical tests, including imaging. The findings support previous research from Siemens that found 78% of people would agree to undergo a diagnostic test even if no treatment was available.

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