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Do Health Care Costs Fuel Economic Inequality in the United States?

For the more than 150 million Americans who receive health insurance through their employers, health care costs may be widening inequality, as employers reduce wages to compensate for higher insurance premiums. So are escalating health care costs contributing to the huge economic gap between America’s rich and everyone else? In a new blog post, David Blumenthal, M.D., and David Squires assess the evidence.

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