Petris Center Research Cited in Wall Street Journal Article “Why Americans Spend So Much on Health Care—In 12 Charts”

The Petris Center’s research on health care market concentration was cited today in the Wall Street Journal article “Why Americans Spend So Much on Health Care—In 12 Charts.” As the article explains, one reason health care prices are rising is due to increasing concentration across health care markets, particularly hospital markets.

You can read the full article on the Wall Street Journal’s website here.

To learn more about our findings on market concentration research, seem our recent blog on the Commonwealth Fund’s website “Market Concentration Variation of Health Care Providers and Health Insurers in the United States”, or visit our market concentration project page here.