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Les dépenses de santé : une augmentation salutaire ?

  • Dormont, Brigitte

B. Dormont entend combattre l'idée selon laquelle les dépenses de santé vont croître du fait du vieillissement de la population. L'augmentation serait due, d'après elle, aux changements de pratiques dans la consommation des soins, laquelle tient en partie aux innovations médicales, ce qui entraîne une demande élargie de la part des patients.

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