SPOTLIGHT: Study estimates personal health spending by condition

A new study appearing in Health Affairs has sorted out what consumers spend on a list of 32 common conditions, and it seems that circulatory system conditions take the prize. The study concluded that these conditions accounted for 17 percent of personal health spending in 2005, or $235.9 billion, with almost half attributable to heart conditions. Article

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