A funny thing is happening at the intersection of culture and health and spilling over into politics and policy — a vigorous demand for transparency in health care. Various forces are driving this demand. Even amid the current “slowdown” in national health expenditures — spending and premiums experienced record low growth in 2013 — household costs have continued to grow two to three times faster than real incomes. Looking forward, health spending as a share of GDP will grow more rapidly over the next 10 years than it did in either of the preceding two decades. Growing Costs For Consumers And Businesses Last . . .
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