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July 2013, EBRI Issue Brief #388
"Health Care Spending after Adopting a Full-Replacement, High-Deductible Health Plan With a Health Savings Account: A Five-Year Study"
December 2004, EBRI Notes
"Tracking Health Care Costs: Spending Growth Slowdown Stalls in First Half of 2004"
March 2004, EBRI Notes
"National Health Spending Rose 9.3 Percent in 2002; Sixth Consecutive Year of Faster Growth"
June 2003, EBRI Notes
"National Health Spending Up 8.7 Percent Between 2000-2001; Spending for Health Care Will Continue to Grow"
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