By the numbers: Health care costs for kids




In 2010, per capita spending on children’s health care increased to $2,123 (an 18.6% increase from 2007), with spending on health care for infants and toddlers being noted as disproportionately high. Even though children below the age of 3 made up 17% of the covered child population, they cost the 31.4% of the total amount for children’s health care, with per capita spending reaching $3,896 in 2010.

(Source: Health Care Cost Institute, July 2012, via HealthQuest Chiropractic.)

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