A PricewaterhouseCoopers report estimates lower overall increases in health care costs in 2014, indicating the nation's recent slowdown in medical expenditures may become a trend. Patients seeking less-costly services and hospitals facing penalties for high readmission rates were among the factors cited that could drive reductions in medical expenses next year, researchers said.
U.S. may see slower growth in health costs in 2014, report projects
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