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The “medical arms race” literature suggests that hospitals compete on the basis of:

a. costs.
b. costs and price.
c. quality.
d. (b) and (c) are correct.

Is (c) correct?

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    I haven't read the “medical arms race” literature. My hunch is that the answer is b.

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