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Mar
9

US Military health care costs up

If you think your medical costs have gone up a lot since 2000, consider that health care costs have increased by 69% for the US military through 2004. Included in this figure are costs associated with Congress’ 2000 decision to enhance health care for retirees over 65 and their dependents, estimated at $6.5 billion (on an accrual basis) for FY 2004.


Joe Paduda is the principal of Health Strategy Associates

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