Technology contributes to rising health care costs

07/14/2008 | Bloomberg Businessweek

In medicine, improved technology has high costs but doesn't necessarily boost productivity or the bottom line. This article questions whether some advances -- such as robotic heart and prostate surgery -- are worth the costs. But at the same time, patients are demanding newer techniques and hospitals are caught in a bind.

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