The healthcare plans of Amazon.com are slowly beginning to come into focus.
Olivia Young writes for Business Insider: I got through 26 years of life without ever having a medical emergency much worse than the flu. I never had a surgery, save the standard wisdom-teeth removal that nearly everyone underwent during high
Axios: In any given year, one in six families will make an “extraordinary health care payment,” according to a new study in Health Affairs. An “extraordinary” payment is defined as a payment of at least $400 and 1% of annual
Bloomberg: “Republicans and Democrats are inching toward agreement on one health-care issue: ending surprise medical bills.” “Staff for lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have been working on legislation to prevent instances where people are left with costly, unforeseen
From WWUM: “Some New Yorkers received an early Christmas present this year – a little, yellow envelope that came through the mail, inside, a letter telling the person that their medical debt has been forgiven. This act of kindness comes
From Yahoo News: First, find a fair price for the procedure you need. You can do this by checking out sites like HealthcareBluebook.com or NewChoiceHealth.com. Sites like these provide a range of what you can expect to pay based on