Former Sen. Bill Bradley interviewed RIP Medical Debt co-founder and CEO Craig Antico on his Sirius XM radio show American Voices. It’s an excellent conversation and starts at around 12:08. Listen here: A transcript of the conversation is below: Bill
Advocates for patients, senior citizens, labor unions, and businesses hailed New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D) signing of a complex and controversial measure designed to curb the impact of costly “surprise” medical bills in New Jersey, according to NJ Spotlight.
GoFundMe, the largest online, crowdsourced fundraising platform, tells Minnesota Public Radio that people have raised more than $5 billion from 50 million donations in the eight years since it began. Interestingly, it’s become a go-to way for people in need
Bloomberg reports that many health plans “put patients on the hook for many thousands of dollars” and are widespread and growing “Why did we design a health plan that has the ability to deliver a $1,000 surprise to employees?” Shawn
Life After Debt, a Michigan based non-profit, announced that it has successfully purchased and forgiven its first 1st million dollars in medical debt for Detroit and surrounding area residents. The non-profit was formed by a group of Detroit bankers looking
A Research Triangle Institute survey found that 33 percent of Kansas kids and 28 percent of Kansas adults lived in a household that struggled to pay medical bills the year before. In Missouri, it was even more common, with 38