July 10, 2013 12:00 AM

Editorial: Revive certificate of need program

WHEN YOU’RE having a heart attack, you don’t usually call around to compare prices at the local hospitals. You’ll probably have a colonoscopy where your physician schedules it, not at the place you’ve chosen after studying prices vs. results. Even more mundane medical care tends not to be particularly price-sensitive either, because insurance usually covers most of the cost.

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