Between 1980 and 2000, annual age adjusted per person health care costs increased by $2,254 (102%) but were accompanied by significant health gains including: a 16% decline in annual death… [ Get More Details ]
The Cleveland Clinic lists these medical innovations in their top ten, because of the potential for short term clinical impact, high probability of success, the availability, and/or data to support… [ Get More Details ]
The share of elderly with impairments in their ability to live independently went down between 1% and 1.5% annually between 1984 and 2004, compared to the historical annual decline in… [ Get More Details ]
Improvements in preventing and managing chronic disease could reduce future economic costs in the United States by 27% ($1.1 trillion) in 2023. $905 billion would come from gains in productivity;… [ Get More Details ]
In 2000, Americans saved 206 million days of hospital care because of health care investments.
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