by Dr. Josh Luke, Healthcare Futurist Health and wealth. Two terms that were not so synonymous with each other in prior generations. But now, Americans are facing a healthcare affordability crisis both at home and at work, and the list
by Ben Gook, University of Melbourne Debt, it seems, is an idea with currency. Cities, states, nations and individuals are indebted, with creditors at the door, demanding repayment. This year, the US Federal Reserve even had David Graeber — a
by Daniel A Austin, Northeastern University Burdensomely high medical costs are often blamed for pushing many Americans into bankruptcy. According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau some 43 million Americans have unpaid medical debt on their credit reports. Medical debt
Peter Finkle writes about an effort to alleviate the crushing medical debt faced by many military veterans and their families: Today Col. (retired) Mikel Burroughs is on his Harley with his wife, part of his journey riding 4,163 miles in
An interesting story from Bloomberg on a new trend in health care: The U.S. air-ambulance fleet has doubled in size in the past 15 years to nearly 900 helicopters making 300,000 flights annually, according to data compiled by Ira Blumen,
Town and Country magazine features Jerry Ashton and Craig Antico, founders of RIP Medical Debt, in their roundup of the Top 50 Philanthropists of 2018. Congratulations! For more information on the issues surrounding medical debt, please contact RIP Medical Debt.