ACA, technology, demographics could push care costs up

The Affordable Care Act could temporarily reverse a slowdown in spending on health care, as next year, millions of people in the U.S. will obtain access to private insurance or Medicaid. In the long term, demographics and technology could work against the slowdown, which has been driven in part by lower spending on drugs, Melinda Beck writes.

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