Healthcare Costs Spike Again by Jeanne Sahadi, CNN/Money:
since 2000 premiums for family coverage have gone up 73 percent. During the same period, wages rose just 15 percent.
This is not sustainable. I feel like Brad Setser talking about the USA trade deficiets (by the way if you have any interest in economics, or international trade, or investing you really should read his economics blog – it is great). Deming noted excessive health care costsas a deadly disease to the American economy and the news just gets year after year. This system is obviously broken and in need of fundemental change.
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