What can be done about America’s runaway medical debt? How’d we get here? That’s the subject of this conversation and a new book, ‘End Medical Debt: Curing America’s $1 Trillion Unpayable Healthcare Debt.’
We know that the health care system can be confusing – never mind the actual medical care itself. It also is costly. And from changing coverage to high deductibles to co-pays and more, the question remains: Who pays?
Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) discusses the “No More Surprise Medical Bills Act of 2018” that aims to protect patients from the outrageous bills that suddenly land folks deep in medical debt.
With Veterans Day almost here, this conversation is particularly timely and troubling – it’s about Veterans’ medical debt. How do veterans in this country have medical debt? With all of the ways we seek to thank and support those who
As you surely know, Congress is actively discussing massive changes to the American health care system – changes that, if nothing else, are expected to vastly increase Americans’ level of medical debt: In other words, real health costs the people
We’ve been highly focused on the issue of surprise medical bills, one of the important drivers of debilitating medical debt. Now the issue is getting increased attention on Capitol Hill.