The statistics do not paint a pretty picture. It's estimated that almost 46 million Americans don't have health insurance. So what can someone do if they can't afford premiums, or have just lost their job. What options do people really have to get themselves and their families covered…?
Many people across the country today are not covered by an employers health insurance scheme. There are many reasons for this, maybe because they work for themselves, have lost their job, or simply they don't qualify for an employers health program.
We are in a bit of a spot I am preganant, but I've got no insurance. The bills are certainly pilling up now, but what can we do?
No insurance company will cover me now, however does anybody know if there is a way to the write medical bills off.
I am a little unsure of this. My wife currently has cover with her work and I have just started a new job which includes cover. However, what I'd like to know is would my insurance company which is Aetna be able to cover copays or any sort of deductibles?
Ok, i really need to get some coverage because I simply can't afford to pay for my subscriptions any more, however is there any insurance out there that would just cover me for my persciptions? Would be great if I could find some.
Hi, my husband has lost his job and we were covered on his health insurance policy, I don't get any medical from my job, so we currently have none. There are the 2 of us and our 3 girls. We need to get some medical quick, but where can we find cheap and good medical coverage. We live in illinois, but don't want to move to Canada.
It it would negatively impact businesses in other countries, could a complaint be filed with the WTO for restraint of trade?
For example, modern hospitals in India and Thailand where Americans now go for cheaper surgeries would lose business
Its open enrollment for my husband's employer and we are struggling with a tough choice.. whether or not to keep or drop our health insurance, we are barely surviving as is but as of next year our insurance is going up again, and we cant meet the deductibles, copays. over the past year we havent even really used it because we couldn't afford to. I have done the math, and it would be cheaper for our situation to just pay cash for visits, except what happens if something serious arises. Can anyone offer some advice Thank you
I'm getting married in 2 months and we we're thinking it might be cheaper to try and get birthy control from Planned Parenthood instead of paying insurace monthly AND getting birth control. Is this possible?