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State Health Care Spending

An Examination of the Rise in State Health Care Spending and Steps to Alleviate the Pain

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This report captures the total costs to the state of health care, including direct health-related services and the accompanying administrative costs. The report also will provide in-depth analysis of factors driving the cost of health care and examine regional differences in costs in the Employees Retirement System and Medicaid.

Read State Health Care Spending (PDF, 2.56M)

Appendix I: Project Overview (PDF, 113K)

Appendix II: State Agency Spending (PDF, 1.65M)

Appendix III: Regional Cost Variations (PDF, 1.5M)

Health Care Region Map (PDF, 1.73M)

End Notes (PDF, 170K)


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