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Roberts, E. T., Mehrotra, A., & McWilliams, J. M. (2017). High-price and low-price physician
practices do not differ significantly on care quality or efficiency. Health Affairs, 36(5), 855864.
The practice of higher prices for physician’s engagement in healthcare was more senior than
low prices. There was no significant difference between the efficiency and care quality practices.
These concerns are addressed according to the greater power of the market system. A higher price is
associated with more top-quality care, according to Roberts, Mehrotra, & McWilliams, (2017). The
measure of care coordination is generated through patients' experiences of substantial higher-value
Dittmar, A., & Field, L. C. (2015). Can managers time the market? Evidence using repurchase price
data. Journal of Financial Economics, 115(2), 261-282.
According to Dittmar & Field (2015), the development of the price of the firm is supported
by repurchases of low market shares. The average price of the market system is based on low...
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