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High spenders and meteors

Insurance is good when one gets hit by a meteor. The Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI) team uses their impressive data resources to make the point that a lot of people are hit by a meteor every year:   Substantial turnover among top 5% of healthcare spenders: 3 out of 5 in any year were […]
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