Smart Ways to Keep the Brake on Health-Care CostsPeter Orszag
Aug. 2 (Bloomberg) -- The rising cost of health care in the U.S. has been slowing over the past few years, driven both by weakness in the general economy and by some changes in the way medical services are provided. The crucial question now is, how can we make sure that progress continues?
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