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HCCI Taps Five Experts for Scientific Review Committee
The Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI), a nonprofit that allows researchers unprecedented access to a comprehensive collection of health plan and government payer data, announced today that it has tapped five leading academics and researchers to form its Scientific Review Committee. The organization’s Scientific Review Committee will develop research standards that govern access to HCCI’s… Read more »