Longevity does not run up Medicare expenditures

June 1995
Brown University Long-Term Care Quality Letter;6/12/95, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p7
Focuses on an article in `The New England Journal of Medicine' which reports on the impact of longevity on Medicare spending. Increase in births as a likely source of increased Medicare costs; Analysis of Medicare beneficiaries; Estimated lifetime Medicare payments.


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