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National health spending has grown at historically low rates following the deep recession that ended in 2009. Whether this slowdown stems from broader economic factors, structural changes in the health system, or some combination of the two, is a key issue for policymakers, particularly with major elements of the Affordable Care Act taking effect in 2014.Go to the Health Care Marketplace Project
In his latest post, Kaiser's President Drew Altman explores the disconnect between experts, national studies and the public about whether health care costs are slowing or accelerating.Read Column