35% Of People With Chronic Illnesses Struggle To Pay Bills
News | September 30, 2019
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In 2018, about 35% of people with chronic illnesses reported that they or their households had problems paying medical bills in the past 12 months, compared to 27% of the overall population. Difficulty was defined as “having problems paying” or an “inability to pay” bills over the past 12 months for physician services, dental care,…
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