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Flatlining: How Healthcare Could Kill the U.S. Economy by Ron Howrigon

By Ron Howrigon

The healthcare procedure is an that would in my view contact we all at some point soon in our lives. yet because it consumes an ever-larger proportion of the U.S. economic system, it additionally threatens our monetary health. specially as a brand new management strikes to repeal or change or the reasonable Care Act, now's the time to realize a deeper knowing of the future health undefined. that is the topic of FLATLINING: HOW HEALTHCARE may well KILL THE U.S. economic climate, a brand new e-book via Ron Howrigon, President and CEO of Fulcrum concepts. Healthcare is the most important unmarried section of our financial system and it truly is quick spiraling uncontrolled, the writer reviews. This ebook can provide readers an knowing of the healthcare undefined, why it is in difficulty and what must occur to mend it. With 30 years of expertise as a controlled care govt, economist and coverage and controlled care negotiator, analyst, and advisor, Ron Howrigon brings a uniquely large viewpoint at the healthcare procedure and the view is an unsettling one. Healthcare has grown from 5 percentage of the U.S. economic climate in 1960, to over 15 percentage in 2010. Noting the crippling monetary influence on failure within the vehicle and housing markets a lot smaller sectors of the financial system Ron Howrigon asks, whilst will the healthcare bubble burst? How undesirable will or not it's and the way precisely will it happen?

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