Mapping out equitable care

November 8, 2018 The Washington Post

Keeping our nation healthy

Americans today are spending more than ever for health care, with outcomes that trail well behind other developed nations, where per capita costs are less than half those in the U.S. The average American family pays more than $12,000 per year in health insurance premiums, with an annual deductible exceeding $8,000. With total U. S. health care spending projected to grow at an average rate of 5.5. percent over the next eight years, the burden on individuals and families will only increase. Discover how Medicaid and community health programs help people across America...

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