Recent information counters the prediction that health spending will inexorably gobble up all of our public resources, as has been argued by some commentators. But does this mean that the public health care cost curve is finally being bent and we no longer have to worry about health spending? Can we conclude that public health care spending is now sustainable for the long-term? Unfortunately, the answer is no.
Economics Professor, Lakehead University
Livio Di Matteo is Professor of Economics at Lakehead University and an expert advisor with EvidenceNetwork.ca
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