Would Consumer Accountability for Healthcare Actually Reduce Costs? [INFOGRAPHIC]

January 7, 2014
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Since 1998 the average household wage has increased 52% yet health insurance premiums have increased twice as much. Perhaps if consumers are made more accountable for the cost of their healthcare, they will become more responsible healthcare consumers – and overall healthcare costs will decrease.

Since 1998 the average household wage has increased 52% yet health insurance premiums have increased twice as much. Perhaps if consumers are made more accountable for the cost of their healthcare, they will become more responsible healthcare consumers – and overall healthcare costs will decrease.

The cost of healthcare has increased twice as much as income since 1998

The cost of healthcare has increased twice as much as income since 1998

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