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National Health Expenditures (1999)
Cathy A. Cowan. Presents historical health spending in the U.S. using a matrix structure to describe trends in the size, growth, & distribution of health care expenditures for the period 1960-1999. This matrix represents spending in current dollars by type of service, such as hospital care & physician & clinical services, matched against the sources that pay for the health care bill, including private health insurance, & government programs such as Medicare & Medicaid. The statistics that are shown on the matrix provide a historical basis for policymakers, researchers, & the public to understand the trends in spending for the health industry & to lay a foundation for projections of health care spending.
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