Surgery auctions seek to revolutionize health care
A new website is allowing doctors to bid to offer elective surgeries at lower rates, though some are concerned about the quality of the procedures. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports and Johns Hopkins University associate professor Marty Makary tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer what patients should look for when using these sites.
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