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
“Nine years after the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, Americans are continuing to live with crushing amounts of medical debt,” BuzzFeed News reports. “One in six people in the US have medical debt on their credit report, and
What’s driving healthcare costs? A new report points the finger at hospitals, not physicians.
As we approach the State of the Union and healthcare continues to impact federal and state legislative agendas, one topic highly related to medical debt continues to build: The push to end surprise medical bills.
As concerns about out of control medical debt continue to grow, so do the legislative battles.
It’s a not-very-well-known secret in the health care business.