A report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says that the US has spent $8.3 trillion in healthcare spending this year.
The Medicare trust fund, which funds Medicare and Medicaid, is the biggest source of spending, with $1.8 trillion.
Of the rest, $1 trillion is spent on prescription drugs and $1 billion on hospital and nursing home care.
CBO found that spending on Medicaid and Medicare is up 8% and 12%, respectively, since 2016.
Overall, Medicare spending is projected to grow by 7.2% in 2017.
In addition to the $2 trillion spent this year, the CBO says that $4.5 trillion was spent on medical devices and $2 billion on equipment for the Veterans Affairs health care system.
According to the CBO, the federal government spent $6.3 billion on medical device purchases in 2017, up 1% from 2016.
The CBO also said that Medicaid spending increased 7% from 2015.
For Medicare, the report found that the agency spent $4 billion on prescription drug spending in 2017 and $6 billion on Medicaid spending.
While Medicaid spending grew 6%, the overall cost of the program was $5.2 trillion.