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US Health Care in the Pandemic


July 2020 | Committee for Economic Development

The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed an enormous cost on the US economy and the health care system, but preparation can be improved. The nation must manage its current situation intelligently and learn to minimize the costs of likely future pandemics. Today’s experience was hard earned and must not be squandered. US leadership is truly on the line as we react now and plan for tomorrow. This CED Solutions Brief advocates the difficult next steps.



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