The latest report from the Medicare Trustees shows that over the next 75 years the program is likely to have a $27 trillion shortfall. As explained elsewhere, the Trends editors believe that stronger economic growth will help eliminate a significant portion of this problem. However, new research indicates that most of the Medicare shortfall can be addressed through policies that leverage private-sector creative destruction. What are these policies? Who will benefit? What opportunities will these create?
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