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Employers may recognize mental illness as an problem that must be addressed, but only 52 percent of those surveyed say expanding care is a top priority. (Photo: iStock)

The U.S. spends more on mental health treatment than any other medical condition. In 2013, that amount reached just over $200 billion, according to a study released last year in Health Affairs. That’s well ahead of both heart conditions ($147 billion) and injuries ($143 billion).

Jack Craver

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