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Health Care Spending Increases but Rate Slows With Economy

  • Aired: 01/07/2013
  • 06:42
  • Rating: E
While health care spending rose in 2012, it did so only slightly due to the recession and slow overall economic growth. Ray Suarez talks to Health Affairs' Susan Dentzer about the dichotomies of health care spending, including why there has been a slowdown in health care spending when personal out-of-pocket costs have increased.
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