I have a new post up at the Academy Health Blog that highlights a recent HCCI report on health care spending on children in the last few years. It’s “Spending per child growing faster than all other age groups“, and you should go read it!
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Health care spending on children is going upJuly 11, 2012 at 10:32 amAaron Carroll
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