Health Care Spending Levels Off: Temporary Blip Or Start of a Trend?

The following post originally appeared on the TIME Moneyland blog.

The nation’s health care bill rose by less than 4% in both 2009 and 2010. In 50 years, health care spending has never increased at such a slow pace. Could this mean that, after a half century of eye-popping inflation in health care expenditures, efforts to rein in costs are actually working?

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