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.
As the New York Times reports: “If a slim, yellow envelope with a Rye, N.Y., return address lands in your mailbox this holiday season, don’t throw it out. It’s not junk.”
Today is Giving Tuesday, an opportunity to join RIP Medical Debt to celebrate and give gratitude by helping abolish medical debt
The impact of medical debt on one’s overall debt situation can be immense. A recent conference at the Aspen Institute addressed the causes and cures.
From ABC Action News: Emanuel Rivero, a debt counselor for the nonprofit Money Management International, says you can negotiate medical debt. “Make contact with them,” said Rivero. “We cannot be afraid to reach out to these collectors.” Rivero said debt
Fox59 found families all over central Indiana “are suffering the heartache and stress of enormous medical debt. Last month, we uncovered nearly one in every four Hoosiers in region had medical debt in collections. It can ruin your credit and