About 20.7% of the more than $2 billion spent of personal health expenditures in 2019 on services for the civilian, non-institutionalized population was for services provided to 1% of the population. About 5% of this population accounted for more than $1 billion (51.2%) of personal health expenditures that year. Additionally, nearly14% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had no personal health care expenditures in 2019. These statistics are from a federal analysis of health care expenditures for the civilian, non-institutionalized population. This spending includes all sources of payment for medical care, including payments by private insurance . . .
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