Costs of an intervention for primary care patients with medically unexplained symptoms: a randomized controlled trial.

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OBJECTIVE This study sought to determine whether an intervention for patients with medically unexplained symptoms in primary care reduced total costs, components of cost, and longer-term costs and whether it led to decreased service use outside the health maintenance organization (HMO). METHODS A randomized controlled trial involving 206 patients with… (More)

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