America's Medical Tab Is Growing Faster Than Ever...Gene Koretz
As the economy struggles to quicken the pace of recovery, the nation's medical bill is growing inexorably larger. According to estimates by the Health Care Financing Administration, health care expenditures increased from 9.3% of gross domestic product in 1980 to 12.4% in 1990, and they almost certainly top-ped 13% in 1991.
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