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U.S. Health Care Spending Growth Remains Low For Third Year

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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U.S. health care spending growth was still low in 2011 – overall, the spending growth rate stayed at 3.9% that year, but the physician and clinical services growth rate climbed somewhat, according to a Jan. 7 CMS report.

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