Starting July 12, people with a total of $6.7 million in old medical debt in several counties near Syracuse, NY will receive bright yellow envelopes in the mail. For this, they can thank 18-year-old Talia Zames.
Nonprofit hospitals pay virtually no local, state or federal income tax. According to published reports, that doesn’t stop them from going after medical debt.
The RIP Medical Debt story has been before, but it may never have been told as powerfully as it was in this video by Freethink.
Georgetown studyshows what the rural uninsured rate looks like for all expansion states compared to all nonexpansion states
A health epidemic that you might not hear enough about: Rural hospitals in America are closing at alarming rates. Here’s a roundup of some recent stories in the news.
RIP Medical Debt Founders Jerry Ashton and Craig Antico were featured on Washington D.C.’s WUSA9.