Data released June 4 by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) show detailed health care spending for more than 250 medical conditions. The BEA study published in the June 2018 Health Affairs shows that 30 medical conditions accounted for
42 percent of the real growth rate in per capita spending from 2000 to 2014. Aging and obesity, spending on innovative technology, and seeking preventative services played a role in the spending growth for many of the 30 conditions.
- High Spending Growth Rates For Key Diseases In 2000–14 Were Driven By Technology And Demographic Factors. Health Affairs. June 2018
- BEA Releases for the First Time Detailed Data on More than 200 Medical Conditions. Bureau of Economic Analysis. June 4 2018