Health Care costs continue to rise and medical-related debt has become the leading cause of bankruptcy. Of those who had trouble paying their medical bills, 73% skimped on groceries, clothing or rent. Sixty percent used up their savings. More than 40% took on extra work to pay the bills. 25% cut back on prescription, with 30% postponing critical follow-up care, leading to further health problems.
Rising health care costs forced 34% to rack up high-interest credit card debt. Fifteen percent took out other loans, while 13% borrowed from a payday lender.
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Health Care Insurance
Between 2008 and 2018, Health Insurance and related medical costs for employees of large companies rose twice as fast as wages, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. America’s health care costs in 2018 were $3.5 trillion and continue to rise.Read More
24/7 Physician Care
In this exclusive Plan program, for only $11 per month, you and your family can have 24/7 access to a doctor or wellness coaching at no additional cost. Over 2,300 doctors are available to you and your family 24/7!Read More