“No one on Dr. Lee’s staff at the University of Utah Health Care could say what a minute in an M.R.I. machine or an hour in the operating room actually costs. They chuckled when she asked.” The NYT’s Gina Kolata takes you inside a Utah hospital where two seemingly impossible things are happening. The people running the place are figuring out how much their goods and services actually cost. And the price of health care is coming down.