National healthcare expenditures increase 7.8 percent in 1993

February 1995
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Feb95, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p7
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Focuses on the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) report of a 7.8% increase in total healthcare expenditures in the United States for 1993. Share of gross domestic product (GDP) for health care; Factors affecting growth in health spending; Effects of Medicare coverage of the disabled population on Federal spending for health care.


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