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Americans spent less on healthcare in 2003

Posted on : 2005-01-11| Author : Helen Steele
News Category : Health

The healthcare expenditure of Americans is increasing at a rate that is outpacing overall economic growth by nearly 3 percentage points. Although the figure is more than previous years, it is still the lowest annual increase seen in seven years. These findings were made by a group of researchers from the National Health Statistics Group which also runs Medicare and Medicaid.

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