Friday, October 26, 2012
What the election means for health care, in one graph
What the election means for health care, in one graph: "We spend a lot of time talking about how the two candidates would structure Medicare differently. But the biggest differences aren’t in Medicare at all; both President Obama and former governor Mitt Romney want to spend nearly the same amount on the program that provide health-care benefits to seniors.
The biggest difference is in Medicaid, the program that covers low-income Americans. This graph from Aaron Carroll at the Incidental Economist helps capture that especially well:"
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