Peter Orszag Releases Study on Rising Cost of Health Care (video)

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Health care costs present the largest fiscal challenge facing our country today. As Medicare and Medicaid spending rises steeply, and private sector costs continue to soar, a larger and larger percentage of America’s output will go towards paying for health care.

Dr. Peter Orszag, Director of the Congressional Budget Office, will release compelling and reliable data on how health care will affect the future of the United States budget. These new figures illustrate a growing tension between health care costs and the rest of the budget, a tension that is projected to increase dramatically in coming years.

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3 thoughts on “Peter Orszag Releases Study on Rising Cost of Health Care (video)

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  2. You are welcomed to visit my website at to see just how bad things can get and how much the medical profession is responsible for the catastrophy, which hopefully we can avoid but it takes action. You will be shocked at the real causes of so-called lifestyle diseases, including cancer, diabetes, heart disease etc. It is all about how the body can be made to malfunction and foul play is behind it all. People stressing other people for various motives such as gaining power and influence, jealousy, revenge for having been opposed or rejected… The main areas are on the home front and in the workplace. Worst of all out of ignorance we are breeding a toxic underculture, people who hurt other people while publically looking good and doing so remorselessly, unconscionaby, to manage their lives!

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