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This interactive map shows Medicare spending per beneficiary, which varies significantly across the U.S.
The cost of healthcare in the U.S. was nearly $1.5 trillion in 2018.
Health expenditures of state and local governments are projected to crowd out non-health spending.
The percentage of children without health insurance has declined since 1997.
Healthcare is the major driver of the projected growth in federal spending over the long term.
Between 2004 and 2049, spending on federal health programs is projected to more than double
Medicare spending is expected to grow substantially.
Despite higher healthcare spending per capita, the U.S. generally does not have better health outcomes.
Prices for medical care typically grow faster than inflation.