Few shop around for lower medical prices, fewer get them

Some lawmakers have pushed health care reform plans as a way to cut costs by giving people health savings accounts, which encourages them to shop for competitive pricing. However, a recent Bucknell Institute for Public Policy poll, profiled here, shows many people aren’t shopping around at all.

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