SPOTLIGHT: Prevention may be nice, but it's expensive

Much of the talk around preventive care assumes that if more is given, overall healthcare costs will be lower. The reality, however, is that this doesn't seem to be the case, according to one report. The latest message from the Congressional Budget office is that preventive health leads to higher spending, as people get more and costlier testing and more treatment. Article

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