In this segment, Aaron and Austin talked about cost shifting. You’ll find more information on this topic in the FAQ, which includes a section devoted to it. If you’re interested in our other podcasts or subscribing to them, see our podcast archive.
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Cost shifting [podcast]September 23, 2011 at 5:00 pmmultiple authors
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