Health Care Inflation in the United States and the Solutions Adopted to Combat Increased Costs by the Employer Market
Phenicie, Nathan C.
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Through the 1990’s health care costs remained at a stagnant level in the United States. The introduction of health maintenance organizations during this time kept costs at a constant level. Beginning in the late 1990’s and continuing into the 21st century the health care market place has seen double-digit increases in the cost of providing health care services.