Slower Growth in Health Costs Saves U.S. BillionsPeter Orszag
Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. continues to experience a very marked slowdown in the growth of health-care costs, despite some widely misinterpreted new reports. And a growing body of evidence suggests the deceleration is driven by more than a temporarily weak economy -- which is good news for the federal budget and for workers.
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