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The United States spends more on health care than comparable countries do and more than its wealth would suggest. This paper explains how - and why. Reform won't be easy. But armed with the facts about what the United States spends on different aspects of health care, how much above what might be expected that spending really is, and the underlying economic dynamics of the system, policy makers will have a better chance to curb the growth of costs.
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