National Health Spending Will Reach Nearly 20% of U.S. GDP By 2027

Health Populi

every year from 2020 to 2027, the actuaries at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services forecast in their report, National Health Expenditure Projections, 2018-2927: Economic And Demographic Trends Drive Spending And Enrollment Growth , published yesterday by Health Affairs.

CMS: Government payers’ share of healthcare spending to reach 47% by 2027 


CMS' Office of the Actuary released its annual health spending projections, and it says increased Medicare enrollment is the trend to watch over the next decade

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Wasted: $1 of Every $4 Spent on Health Care In America

Health Populi

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) forecasts that prescription drug spending will be the fastest-growing cause of rising health spending by 2027. A study in JAMA published this week analyzed research reports that have measured waste in the U.S.

Spring 2019: Healthcare Updates to Know

Advanced Medical Reviews

The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services has posted new data on projected national health expenditures for 2018-2027. percent of the country’s GDP in 2027, including a 4.8 A new season has arrived, and it brings new changes within the healthcare industry.

The Graham-Cassidy Bill Will Cost People with Diabetes Money

Insulin Nation

The Center for American Progress, a left-leaning think tank, used Medicare and Medicaid data to estimate that people with diabetes (without complications) could face a new premium of $5,600 annually under this provision. Also, that funding would end by 2027.

Medical costs projected to increase 6% by 2020, says PwC

Henry Kotula

Between 2020 and 2027, retail drug spending under private health insurance is projected to increase at a rate of 3 percent to 6 percent a year as the impact of generics on spending plateaus, biosimilars continue to see slow uptake, and costly new therapies enter the market. [link].