Health Spending Over The Coming Decade Expected To Exceed Economic Growth as Business Climate Improves

The nation’s total health spending will bump up next year as the health law expands insurance coverage to more Americans, and then will grow by an average of 6.2 percent a year over the next decade, according to projections released Wednesday by government actuaries.

The report expects health spending will rise faster than economic growth as the business climate improves.

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