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Axios 12/07/2019 13:59
Health insurance through an employer — the way most Americans get it — costs an annual average of almost $23,000 to cover a family. That's enough to every year. The big picture: While those costs keep rising, Americans' life expectancy is falling. By the numbers: Altogether, the U.S. spent $3.6 trillion last year on health care. We spend far more than any other wealthy country, and we are no healthier for it. Be smart: We don't spend so much because we go to the doctor more than people in other countries. It's because we pay for the same services — for MRIs or a knee replacement or new drugs — and those costs keep going up. Our actual health isn't great, either. Americans' life expectancy has been declining for — the first time that's happe.

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