Infographic: What Healthcare Has Lost and Gained Since the 1960s

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014
This post was written by Jackie Lyons

Total U.S. healthcare spending increased from $27B in 1960 to $2,593B in 2010, according to a new infographic from The Advisory Board Company.

This infographic also outlines other healthcare costs, provider profits, Medicare enrollment, the rise of healthcare issues in America and much more.

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