Almost three out of every ten Medicare dollars is spent on people who are in the last year of life
March 01, 2012
SOURCE: Data from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Office of the Actuary, Last Year of Life Study. Compiled by PGPF.NOTE: Data estimated for 1999, the most recent available. *Decedents. **Survivors.
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