America’s medical bills are going through the roof. Though the Affordable Care Act was supposed to contain it, health care spending is rising faster than inflation or GDP, according to a new Department of Health and Human Services report. Spending now averages more than $10,000 a year for each American — man, woman and child — and will accelerate over the next decade. This will put enormous pressure on federal and state budgets, which are expected to pick up a growing share of expenses. In addition, Medicare’s actuaries warn its hospital trust fund will run out of money in 2028.