Healthcare upward cost pressure isn’t going away

DC insider says structural changes have NOT contributed to cost control

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“This evidence supports the Kaiser-Altarum finding that economic declines rather than structural changes in the health sector are primarily responsible for the slowdown in health spending over the past decade.”

Washington DC insider, economics and policy expert and notable authority on Health care economics, Joseph Antos | Testimony before the Senate Committee, July 2013, on the Budget states that structural changes in health care have NOT contributed to the last decade of slowdowns in health care spending.