There’s a complex web around who is paying for care: Hospitals? Insurance companies? Patients themselves? Many Americans—even those with insurance—face mounting medical bills, and they don’t know how much procedures cost until they receive a bill.
Now, as more Americans become unemployed and uninsured because of the coronavirus pandemic, what does the future hold for those who have been pushed to the financial brink?
CEO, National Patient Advocate Foundation
Democrat from Washington
Senior Vice President and Counsel, Aflac Federal Relations
President and CEO, ACLI
Republican from New York
Former Acting Administrator, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Professor, Health Policy and Management, George Washington University
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Thursday, September 10, 2020
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