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New Hampshire’s “Silver Tsunami” : A Sea Change in Healthcare Costs

New Hampshire has a higher percentage of baby boomers on average than most of the nation: 30 percent. “Relative to the rest of the country we have a larger proportion of that 45-65 age group.” says Steve Norton, Director of New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies. The Center released a report today looking at what will happen […]

Health Care Job Boom Could Soon Slow

This week, New York Times reporters Reed Abelson and Katie Thomas took on a sticky issue–as the federal and state governments cut into health care funding their budgets can’t support, can the health care industry continue to generate much-needed jobs?  The answer, it seems, is no.

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