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February 27, 2014
Although the full effect of the Affordable Care Act on the health care industry remains uncertain, the favorable demographic trends driving the industry's growth through the long term are clear. The protracted growth in the older age cohorts, due to the aging baby boomer population, has long been anticipated and will result in substantial increases in demand for health care services during the next two decades.
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