Costly Kiddos

Pyrillis, Rita
September 2015
Workforce;Sep2015, Vol. 94 Issue 9, p17
The article looks at a report from Health Care Cost Institute, a health care research group, which revealed the rise in health care spending for children by employer-sponsored insurance despite decline emergency room visits and prescription drugs and also finds the gender gap in health care costs.


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