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SPEND MORE EARN LESS

May 03, 2018

The US rate of healthcare expense will keep rising much faster than inflation and personal income growth. That supports the arguments of an unsustainable healthcare system. Already healthcare expenditure is close to 20% of the GDP. If the can is being kicked down the road, for how long? (data: www.CMS.gov.)

US percentage growth of healthcare expense vs inflation vs income
 

 

MORE POWER WITH AGE

May 01, 2018

As the American population ages, there will be more Medicare recipients (65+ years). That means future policy decisions will be heavily influenced by this age group. We already started to see the impact: In 37 states, pension contributions to state-funded Medicaid grew more than their tax revenues between 2007 and 2014. Should we pay for next generation or the previous one? (data: www.census.gov.)

US population of 65+ and their percentage of total
 

 

FUTURE IS (NOT SO) BRIGHT

Apr 30, 2018

US Healthcare expense as a percent of GDP. Every fifth dollar spent is already going to healthcare. (data: CMS.gov.)

US Healthcare expense as a percent of GDP
 

 

HEALTH IS (MOST OF THE) WEALTH

Apr 29, 2018

US per person healthcare expense in 2018 is projected to be $11,193 almost one-fifth of per capita GDP (18.2% of $61,467). And by 2025, it is expected to rise to 19.4%. Data from www.CMS.gov.

US per person healthcare expense