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Title
Business, households, and government: health care spending, 1995.
First Author
Cowan, Cathy A
Date of Pub
1997 Spring
Pages
195-206
Volume
18
Issue
3
Other Authors
Braden, Bradley R
Abstract
For the period 1990-95, we will present data on health care spending by business, households, and government. In addition, we will measure the relative impact of these expenditures on each sector's ability to pay. In 1994 and 1995, health care costs experienced the slowest growth in 3 decades. Combined with healthy revenue growth, slow cost growth helped ease or stabilize the financing burden faced by business, households and government.
Abstract Continued
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MeSH
Data Collection : Employer Health Costs/statistics & numerical data : Financing, Personal/statistics & numerical data : Health Care Costs/statistics & numerical data/trends : Health Expenditures/statistics & numerical data : Insurance, Health/statistics & numerical data : Medicare/statistics & numerical data/trends : Private Sector/economics : Salaries and Fringe Benefits/trends : United States
NTIS Number
PB98-110554