pile of money with stethoscope on top "Cash prices determined unilaterally by hospitals are often lower than commercial prices negotiated between hospitals and insurers," the study concluded. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Cash prices determined unilaterally by hospitals often are lower than commercial prices negotiated between hospitals and insurers, according to a recent study reported by JAMA Network.

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