If the federal debt continues to grow at current rates, it is on track to be almost twice the size of the U.S. economy by 2037, driven largely by entitlement spending on baby boomers, a new analysis projects.
National healthcare costs could jump 7.5% in 2013, which is a faster pace than rates of inflation and the gross domestic product, a new report finds.
Federal spending on Medicare and Medicaid is expected to double by 2022, reaching $1.8 trillion or 7% of the entire economy, according to a new Congressional Budget Office report.
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The long-term care industry is the 10th largest employer in the United States, ahead of other major industries including food retail, merchandise retail and the military, according to a new report.
By 2012, taxpayers will be footing the bill for 50% of all healthcare spending in the U.S., a new government report suggests.