John Wennberg

Founder and Director Emeritus, Dartmouth Institute

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Founder and Director Emeritus of the Dartmouth Institute and its Dartmouth Atlas, a fifteen year series of studies into variations in healthcare costs and treatments across the US

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The cost of healthcare in America is rising so fast that it threatens economic recovery.  While millions lack health insurance, some experts claim that other people get too much…

Why Is LA Healthcare More Costly than San Diego's?

The cost of healthcare in America is rising so fast that it threatens economic recovery.  While millions lack health insurance, some experts claim that other people get too much…

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