Costs and Spending
The United States spends far more per person on health care than the rest of the world does, and so do American families. Commonwealth Fund research aims to explain what’s driving these high costs. We also explore promising approaches to addressing the root causes for potential adoption by federal and state governments, employers, and insurers.
Rising health care spending continues to be a concern for state governments and their constituents, who are facing greater out-of-pocket costs and premiums.