Medicare: The $34 trillion problem
Fortune, March 4, 2008
Medicare is a multitrillion-dollar problem that's about to get dramatically worse, and one that nobody--especially the Presidential candidates--wants to talk about, says Fortune senior editor Geoff Colvin. In this piece, Colvin contends the issue is a huge threat to not just the healthcare industry, but the entire U.S. economy.
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