Fewer American Families Report Problems In Paying Medical Bills
According to a survey by the National Center for Health Statistics, a fifth of families say they still struggle with these costs.
Bloomberg: Fewer Families In U.S. Say Struggling To Pay Medical Bill
Fewer families are struggling to pay their medical bills, according to a report that suggests the cost of health care may be starting to slow. About 20 percent of people under 65 reported being in a family that was having problems paying for medical bills in the first six months of 2012, according to a survey by the National Center for Health Statistics (Pettypiece, 6/4).
Kaiser Health News: Capsules: Fewer Families Report Difficulty Paying Medical Bills
Fewer American families are having problems paying medical bills, according to a study released Tuesday by the National Center for Health Statistics. Still, nearly a fifth off families still struggle with that financial responsibility (Graham, 6/4).