U.S. TOPS FOR HEALTH CARE SPENDING

U.S. TOPS FOR HEALTH CARE SPENDING.
What is the difference between “cost”, and “Spending”?
If an ice cream cone costs one dollar, and you buy 3 of them, then the cost is $1, and spending is $3.
Nearly 100%of the time government gets involved, costs go up, and the recently passed health care bill is a key example. Costs will rise, there is no question. The question is; “Will spending go down?”.
If the government rations care like virtually all other countries with socialized medicine do, then possibly yes.
But is is good to increase costs and decrease spending?

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