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The Economic Return to Health Expenditures



“Runaway ” expenditures on health in the United States and what to do about them have been a feature of congressional debate for years. In 1998, the United States spent 13.6 % of its GDP on goods and services associated with health care. This represents an enormous increase over time: the spending share was just 5.1 % in 1960. It also represents a large number relative to other countries

Year: 2001
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