Archived Project

State Health Care Spending

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The State Health Care Spending Project conducted research and worked with experts in the field to help states understand how much they spend on health care overall, how that amount has changed over time, what drives costs, and which policy approaches are containing costs while improving health outcomes. Our rigorous, nonpartisan 50-state data and analysis enabled stakeholders to compare and contrast states’ experiences, and our case studies showcased innovative efforts to manage costs.

Project partners

The State Health Care Spending Project was an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

Media Contact

Sarah Leiseca

Manager, Communications