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With limited resources, rising costs and an expanded need for services and health coverage for the uninsured, the pressure is on to accurately forecast publically funded medical costs. Improper forecasting can result in unbalanced budgets or state programs such as education or public safety being denied needed funding. This paper describes how intelligent forecasting can aid in the development of accurate and effective healthcare budgets.
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