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?
Becker’s Hospital CFO Report: “Bankruptcy linked to medical debt remains common despite passage of the ACA, with two-thirds of debtor respondents citing it as contributing to their filing, a study published Feb. 6 in the American Journal of Public Health found.”
Motley Fool: “At least 25% of Americans aged 25 to 54 have unpaid medical bills, according to new data from Care.com. The same holds true for more than 10% of seniors aged 65 to 74.” “The problem with outstanding medical
What’s driving healthcare costs? A new report points the finger at hospitals, not physicians.
Studies show the effects various staffing, network and billing moves have on overall costs
Two reviews of the new book “End Medical Debt: Curing America’s $1 Trillion Unpayable Healthcare Debt”