Healthcare costs are on the rise, and the lack of administrative support and health insurance often makes it challenging for people to receive the care they need. However, you can do many things to cut down your out-of-pocket health expenses. Here are a few things you can do.
According to the recent studies discussed at the American Heart Association’s annual meeting in Anaheim, California, American patients have experienced massive financial implications of treating or managing their cardiovascular diseases.
Health costs have significantly skyrocketed over the years, increasing the need for governments to make policy changes to cater to the challenge of unaffordable healthcare. Joe Biden’s proposal to introduce a public health insurance program during his campaign led to multiple expectations for healthcare under his presidency.
Healthcare is a genuine financial concern for Americans due to high billing costs and treatments, medication costs and health insurance premiums.
Are you worried about your mental health? Is there an underlying condition that you should know about? In recent times the number of people experiencing mental illness around the world is increasing. Mental illness has become a common occurrence, so much so that 1 in 5 adults in the U. S experience mental health issues...Read More
The cost of national health in the United Sates was estimated to be around $4 trillion last year. This seems like a very high cost to pay for a basic human need. With the expenses expected to increase it doesn’t come as a surprise that 1 in 5 Americans can’t afford necessary healthcare. Prescription Assistance...Read More
The cost of affordable medical care is reaching its all-time high in the U.S. People delay refilling their prescriptions or skip their prescribed doses as they can’t cope with the sky shooting prices of live saving medication.
There is a growing global divide between countries moving towards high vaccination rates and the countries experiencing a surge in infection rates. Despite the lower rates in emerging cases in most of the U.S, caution is still necessary.
Many of the elements of today’s world are increasingly contributing to rising levels of mental health ilnesses. The situation has never been direr while treatment for them remains inadequate. In the U.S, half of the people with diagnosable mental illness have never received treatment. There are a number of barriers in the healthcare system that...Read More
Nearly 11% of the U.S population suffers from diabetes. It’s the 7th leading cause of death in America. The gravity of the disease makes the cost of getting treatment even higher. For an average person, the healthcare cost of diabetes is $16,752 a year, which is twice more than the average medical cost for any...Read More