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  1. Men, Women and Health Care Pricing Theory
    [Speaking Different Languages?]

    Men and women in the United States think very differently about health care costs. When I talk about the topic, it’s common for me to see half of my listeners zoning out — the male half. Why?

    Well, because women make or influence 90 percent of the health care decisions in this country, according to a study by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Of course, men go to the doctor.

    But, they make fewer health care decisions, and they don’t think about pricing the same way women do.

    http://thehealthcareblog.com/blog/2016/06/09/men-women-and-health-care-pricing-theory-speaking-different-languages/

    Reanna

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