Cost of preventing disease outweighed by cost of elderly
This article was originally published in Clinica
Preventing disease does not reduce healthcare costs if the cost of caring for the increasing numbers of elderly people is taken into account, a new study has suggested. Researchers at the Department of Public Health at Erasmus University in the Netherlands claim that preventing disease and increasing life expectancy create hidden costs of caring for the elderly.
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