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Financing Health Care: Businesses, Households, and Governments, 1987-2003.

Cowan CA, Hartman MB - Health Care Financ Rev (2005)

Bottom Line: This article provides estimates of health care expenditures by businesses, households, and governments for 1987-2003.Sponsors that finance public and private health insurance programs and other payers face increasing challenges as health care cost rise.Their capacity to support rising costs was particularly strained during the recent economic recession, with the Federal Government's burden measured against revenue available for this purpose growing faster than for other sponsors.

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This article provides estimates of health care expenditures by businesses, households, and governments for 1987-2003. Sponsors that finance public and private health insurance programs and other payers face increasing challenges as health care cost rise. Their capacity to support rising costs was particularly strained during the recent economic recession, with the Federal Government's burden measured against revenue available for this purpose growing faster than for other sponsors.

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Household Health Spending1 as a Percent of Adjusted Personal Income2: Calendar Years 1987-20031 Health financing by households includes premiums for employee share of employer-sponsored and individually purchased health insurance, contributions and premiums for Medicare and out-of-pocket expenditures for co-insurance, deductibles, and services not covered by insurance.2 Personal income includes wages and salaries, other labor income, proprietor's income, rental income, dividend and interest income and transfer payments less personal contributions for social insurance.SOURCES: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Office of the Actuary: Data from the National Health Statistics Group, 1987-2003; U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, January 2005.
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f1-hcfr-1-2-1: Household Health Spending1 as a Percent of Adjusted Personal Income2: Calendar Years 1987-20031 Health financing by households includes premiums for employee share of employer-sponsored and individually purchased health insurance, contributions and premiums for Medicare and out-of-pocket expenditures for co-insurance, deductibles, and services not covered by insurance.2 Personal income includes wages and salaries, other labor income, proprietor's income, rental income, dividend and interest income and transfer payments less personal contributions for social insurance.SOURCES: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Office of the Actuary: Data from the National Health Statistics Group, 1987-2003; U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, January 2005.


Financing Health Care: Businesses, Households, and Governments, 1987-2003.

Cowan CA, Hartman MB - Health Care Financ Rev (2005)

Household Health Spending1 as a Percent of Adjusted Personal Income2: Calendar Years 1987-20031 Health financing by households includes premiums for employee share of employer-sponsored and individually purchased health insurance, contributions and premiums for Medicare and out-of-pocket expenditures for co-insurance, deductibles, and services not covered by insurance.2 Personal income includes wages and salaries, other labor income, proprietor's income, rental income, dividend and interest income and transfer payments less personal contributions for social insurance.SOURCES: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Office of the Actuary: Data from the National Health Statistics Group, 1987-2003; U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, January 2005.
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f1-hcfr-1-2-1: Household Health Spending1 as a Percent of Adjusted Personal Income2: Calendar Years 1987-20031 Health financing by households includes premiums for employee share of employer-sponsored and individually purchased health insurance, contributions and premiums for Medicare and out-of-pocket expenditures for co-insurance, deductibles, and services not covered by insurance.2 Personal income includes wages and salaries, other labor income, proprietor's income, rental income, dividend and interest income and transfer payments less personal contributions for social insurance.SOURCES: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Office of the Actuary: Data from the National Health Statistics Group, 1987-2003; U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, January 2005.
Bottom Line: This article provides estimates of health care expenditures by businesses, households, and governments for 1987-2003.Sponsors that finance public and private health insurance programs and other payers face increasing challenges as health care cost rise.Their capacity to support rising costs was particularly strained during the recent economic recession, with the Federal Government's burden measured against revenue available for this purpose growing faster than for other sponsors.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT
This article provides estimates of health care expenditures by businesses, households, and governments for 1987-2003. Sponsors that finance public and private health insurance programs and other payers face increasing challenges as health care cost rise. Their capacity to support rising costs was particularly strained during the recent economic recession, with the Federal Government's burden measured against revenue available for this purpose growing faster than for other sponsors.

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Related in: MedlinePlus