Use simple economics to contain health costs

Spending on U.S. health care is out of control, expanding steadily from 5% of gross domestic product in 1960 to 18% in 2018. There are, however, ways to curb the explosion in costs from both the demand and the supply side. Health care costs per capita in the U.S. are almost double those of other…

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