Regional Business and Economics Newspaper

May 2002



The cost of living

Health care spending is higher than ever and still climbing. Why? And what can be done about it?


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Health Care Costs

  • Life is good
    Considering benefits—and accurately measuring costs—is critical when evaluating health care spending.
  • Beyond supply and demand
    The reasons for increased health care costs go beyond simple supply and demand, and solutions are tougher than they seem
 

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