Trends in US Healthcare Spending: Are the Reformers Winning?
Nicolas Twidale, BM, BS, PhD, FRACP, Cardiologist, Elk City, OK
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: Review growth in global health care expenditure. To review unique drivers of U.S. national health care spending. To review health care reform efforts impact on national health care expenditures and clinical outcomes.
Disclosure Report: Course Director: Dr. C. A. Sivaram is a consultant and receives honoraria for Medtronic, Inc. Planning Committee Member: Dr. Dwight Reynolds has received grants/research support, honorarium and is a consultant for Medtronic, Inc. Dr. Faisal Latif has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose. Course Contact: Kelsey Peters has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose. Speaker Disclosure: Dr. Twidale has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose.
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