Ease in health care costs might continue, researchers say

A slowdown in health care costs could continue long after the U.S. economy returns to solid growth, according to researchers at Harvard University and The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Economists might have overstated public health spending during the next 10 years by as much as $770 billion, Harvard health economist David Cutler says.

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