Study suggests hospice may help slow Medicare cost growth

08/29/2013 | Bloomberg

Congressional Budget Office data show Medicare spending has been growing at a slower pace, about 3% over the past year, and researchers said it could be linked to how health care is delivered. They suggested lower hospital admission rates for Medicare beneficiaries may be a product of more end-of-life care provided at lower-cost hospices instead.

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