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National health spending rebound slows to pre-pandemic growth rates, economywide price growth outpaces the health care sector in April, and Health employment down slightly in April, driven by hospitals and nursing homes.
National health spending recovery shows signs of stalling, health care services price growth outpaces products for December, and Health care ends 2020 with a smaller workforce, down 2.6% from a year ago.
Disparities in health impose a substantial human cost and a significant economic burden. Our report puts numbers around that economic burden for the state of Texas.
79% of health care jobs held by men have returned compared to only 62% for women, resulting in 530,000 fewer women employed in health care through October.