Monday, December 6th, 2010

The Price of Health

American healthcare wasn’t always vastly more expensive than everywhere else in the world. Something happened in the 1980s that sent spending on health through the roof. Unfortunately,  it didn’t improve our life expectancy much.

Thanks to Marginal Revolution for the pointer.

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