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2014 Medicare Trustees Report – CMS.gov

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Jul 28, 2014 We have the honor of transmitting to you the 2014 Annual Report of the Boards of
Trustees of the. Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund and the Federal
Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust. Fund, the 49th ….. http://www.cms.gov/
Research-Statistics-Data-and-Systems/Statistics-Trends-and-Reports/.

National Health Expenditures 2016 Highlights – CMS.gov

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U.S. health care spending increased 4.3 percent to reach $3.3 trillion, or $10,348
per person in 2016. Health care … and strong retail prescription drug spending
growth in 2014 and 2015. The overall share of gross … showed mixed trends
across the major payers, with slower growth in Medicaid and private health
insurance …

National Health Expenditure Projections 2012-2022 – CMS.gov

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Private health insurance spending growth is projected to reach 7.7 percent in
2014, as a projected 2.9 million … This trend is related, in part, to consumers'
slow return to physician offices after the recession. • In 2014, physician and
clinical services spending growth is projected to be 7.1 percent. (2.1 percentage
points …

National Health Expenditure Projections 2015-2025 – CMS.gov

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spending (from 45 percent in 2014). • Projected national health spending growth,
though faster than observed in the recent history, is slower than in the two
decades before the recent Great Recession, in part because of trends such as
increasing cost-sharing in private health insurance plans and various Medicare
payment …

History of Health Spending in the United States, 1960-2013 – CMS.gov

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Nov 19, 2015 U.S. health care expenditures have steadily increased as a share of gross
domestic product (GDP) over the last …. Trends over time in personal health care
spending (which excludes investment, public health …… increase at an average
annual rate of 5.8 percent between 2014 and 2024 and to account for.

Trends in Health Care Expenditures for the Elderly, Age 65 and Over …

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January 2014. Trends in Health Care Expenditures for the Elderly, Age 65 and.
Over: 2001, 2006, and 2011. Lisa B. Mirel, MS and Kelly Carper, MEd.
Introduction. This Statistical Brief compares summary statistics on health care
expenditures and expenditure distributions by type of service and sources of
payment for the.

2014 QDR – Hispanic Health Care Chartbook – Agency for …

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Organization of the Chartbook on Health Care for Hispanics. • Part of a series
related to the National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report (QDR). •
Organized into four parts: □ Overviews of the QDR and the Hispanic population,
one of AHRQ's priority populations. □ Summary of trends in health care for
Hispanic …

Trends and Projections in Inpatient Hospital Costs … – HCUP – AHRQ

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Jul 1, 2014 July 2014. Trends and Projections in Inpatient Hospital. Costs and Utilization,
2003–2013. Audrey J. Weiss, Ph.D., Marguerite L. Barrett, M.S., and Claudia A.
Steiner, M.D., M.P.H.. Introduction. Nearly one-third of all health care spending in
the United States is attributed to inpatient hospital services.1 …

trends in health care cost growth and the role of the affordable care act

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This report analyzes recent trends in health care costs, the forces driving those
trends, and their likely economic … The ACA is contributing to the recent slow
growth in health care prices and spending and is improving …… are slated to
continue to phase in over years beyond 2014, and the ACA's mechanisms for
generating.

Observations on Trends in Prescription Drug Spending

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Mar 8, 2016 billion in 2015, or 16.7 percent of overall personal health care services. Of that
$457 billion, $328 billion (71.9 percent) was for retail drugs and $128 billion (
28.1 percent) was for non-retail drugs. • Factors underlying the rise in prescription
drug spending from 2010 to 2014 can be roughly allocated as …

2016 Annual Report on Medical Cost Drivers – NH.gov

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Nov 4, 2016 2015 Medical Cost Drivers – New Hampshire Insurance Department. Gorman
Actuarial, Inc. 14. 2. Premium Levels and Trends. In the Group Market, the
premiums insurers collect per member were slightly higher in 2015 as compared
to 2014. Both Small Group and Large Group Market premium increases …

Retirement Age – Trend Analysis (Final) – Fiscal Year 2014-2016

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Retirement Age & Trend Analysis of the. Executive Branch. Fiscal Year 2014 to
Fiscal Year 2016. Data and brief summary of the average retirement age for the
Executive Branch of the Federal Government. U.S. Office of Personnel
Management. Planning and Policy Analysis. Data Analysis Group …

Medical Devices – International Trade Administration

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Medical Devices. A Market Assessment Tool for U.S. Exporters. U.S. Department
of Commerce | International Trade Administration | Industry & Analysis (I&A) …..
Canada, China, EU, Japan and the United States, as. Figure 2: Trade flows by
NAICS for Medical Devices Sector. NAICS Code/Description. 2014. Exports. (
USD.

valuation of the medicare-eligible retiree health care fund

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Valuation of the Medicare-Eligible Retiree Health Care Fund – September 30,
2014. 1. DoD Office of the Actuary. INTRODUCTION. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2001
National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) contained a provision for extending
TRICARE coverage to Medicare-eligible members or former members of the.

Behavioral Health Trends in the United States – SAMHSA

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Results from the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. September …..
appropriate and highest quality behavioral health care. Each year … trends over
time. This national report covers key indicators of behavioral health. Other topics
included in the 2014 NSDUH are being published separately as data reviews.

Young Adults and the Affordable Care Act – United States …

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The Affordable Care Act allows young adults to stay on their parents' health care
plan until age 26. Before … who worried about losing health insurance after the
children moved away from home or graduated from college no … provide
dependent coverage until 2014 if the adult child has another offer of employer-
based.

Prescription Drugs Utilization and Cost Trends – CalPERS

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Sep 20, 2016 pharmacy drugs are those typically administrated in physician offices and
infusion centers without the need for a prescription; they are covered under the
medical benefits of the health plans. In past agenda items, the data has not been
available to report medical pharmacy trend. Beginning with 2014 data, …

GAO-15-635R, Medical Device Companies: Trends in Reported Net …

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Jun 30, 2015 You asked us to examine trends in medical device sales and profits over the last
decade, including before and after the implementation of PPACA. Specifically, we
examined reported net sales and net profits from 2005 through 2014 for certain
publicly traded companies whose primary revenue source is …