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Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD Aug 11
Too often people are and financially burdened by the cost of care. Faced with a choice between their money and their lives, some patients lose both. Proud of our OP-ED in
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Joseph Overgaard Jan 25
“A private company will be virtually impossible to recover any costs from,” he said of Cal Fire’s investigation. “Fortunately, I didn’t have any to sue for, but some of my neighbors who are will be suffering.”
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Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD Oct 22
This week I am talking to med students, health execs, & recording a podcast... all about . The problem is all too common: the median pt on our study was , 1/6 had high or overwhelming distress, & many faced unexpected costs
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First Focus Campaign for Children Dec 27
High Deductible And Copays Threaten Family's Financial Health : NPR
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Episcopal Health Fdn Feb 12
EHF's new partnership w/ invests in nonmedical ways to improve health, bringing "ideas together w/expertise & funding to drive better health outcomes, especially for those who are & ." --
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Rena Conti Aug 11
Yes! We see this in our empirical work too. Americans are for drugs bc of high coinsurance/deductibles imposed by Ass backwards as we say in Brooklyn
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Jane Sarasohn-Kahn 2 Dec 18
Free clinics play pivotal role in US I am proud to serve on the Board of The Clinic of PA where we serve & patients. We see growing demand for services in our community
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NYS Trial Lawyers Mar 23
No one should be celebrating an engagement and be concerned about the safety of their vehicle.
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John Huff May 28
Changing weather patterns leave homeowners in the U.S. Significant in the most developed country in the world. via
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Paul Shafer Sep 9
"They are —they have insurance, but also deal with unaffordable out-of-pocket costs...four in 10 admitted to delaying care because of cost."
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Carol Piggot Jan 30
Only between $10 billion and $27 billion of those losses would be covered by insurance.
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Mitchell Psotka Nov 15
Being is really bad, being is just as toxic, and so many people are underinsured because of the cost of US and growing cost-sharing.
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KordCle Mar 15
, Feb. 25, 2019. The underinsured in America. The fastest growing group are those on employer plans. Story by ; design, graphics by . Illo by z-wei Read the story here:
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Risk & Insurance® May 17
After being hit by an motorist, an files suit against the motorist's . It's up to the to decide who's responsible.
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Jack Love Nov 15
This is the crap that wants to preserve for America. This is not health care. This is a monster tax that is usable only for the most major incidents. And you would still need a GoFundMe to pay the deductible and co-insurance.
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Andy Phillips May 29
Hi ! Is your business ? It's a common problem. Up to 80% of businesses are!! My latest blog looks at the things you need to consider - and how AP Insurance can help ensure you get the right cover!
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Physicians for a National Health Program 🍎NYMetro Apr 3
A2. Our doctors, nurses, and medical students see people every day struggling with access to healthcare. This isn’t just people without insurance, but also the who have insurance that doesn’t actually cover the care they need 1/
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HUB International May 20
Many face being for risk due to changes in how manure is classified.
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Child Health USA Dec 28
Insured But Still In Debt: 5 Jobs Pulling In $100K A Year No Match For Medical Bills | Kaiser Health News
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Manik S. Patil Nov 26
The ratio of world's uninsured to insured (for all sorts of insurance) is 10:1 (even at $5T premium globally) - that's a sizeable TAM (Total Addressable Market) !
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