Fed: Healthcare Marketplace Likely To Keep Bleeding Americans Dry

Опубликовано 18 октября 2017, 20:34
The Federal Reserve's Beige Book survey notes healthcare providers are making brutal choices as treatment costs go up.
According to Business Insider, Americans don't want access to treatment to be determined by market forces.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports healthcare spending took up 4.8% of consumer spending in 1984, then surged to 10% by 2016.
Ultimately, Americans and healthcare providers will have to make life and death decisions about treatment as costs increase.
And healthcare will continue to zap money out of the economy, as it has been doing since the financial crisis.

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