That's the name of this article from Vox, which is worth a read. Here's an excerpt:
Health care prices have grown really slowly this summer, a piece of good economic news released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Tuesday. The price of medical care commodities, which includes drugs and other medical devices, grew 0.3 percent from June to July. That was one of the lowest monthly increases all year. Growth over the previous year was 3 percent. Prices for medical care services (like health insurance and hospital care) grew an even smaller 0.1 percent over the same time month and 2.5 percent over the year. (emphasis added)
We've told you before that, since the Affordable Care Act went into effect, the percentage of Americans without health insurance has been dropping.