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A British doctor who never paid medical bills before he landed in the US says ‘America’s been gaslit’ about socialized medicine
"I feel like America's been gaslit about what the NHS is," Adam Kay told Insider. "There are no death squads, there is no rationing."
I developed a 5-step strategy to cut my healthcare costs after getting slammed with surprise medical bills
The first year with a high-deductible health insurance plan may feel overwhelming, but there are plenty of ways to slash expenses.
Your insurance selection can affect your finances, so looking at your plan every year is important — and can save you money.
A mom facing 6 felony charges for her son’s school shooting attempt said she had to take him out of a mental-health treatment program because in...
Mary York faces five felony counts of neglect of a dependent, and one felony count of dangerous control of a child. Her son died at the scene.
A million children were kicked off Medicaid amid growing piles of paperwork and rising deportation fears
A handful of states in particular experienced a spike in the rate of uninsured children: Tennessee, Georgia, Texas, Idaho, and Utah.
Open enrollment runs from November 1st to December 15th, but there are 2 possible ways to get health insurance if you miss it
For most states, open enrollment for 2020 coverage begins on November 1st and ends December 15th unless you qualify for a special enrollment period.
I’m self-employed and I shop for health insurance every year. Here’s the equation I use to choose the best plan.
To find the best plan for herself, she runs the numbers — including copays, premiums, out-of-pocket maximums, and prescription costs.
Open enrollment is a period of time each year when you can shop for and enroll in a health insurance plan.
My health insurance plan means an emergency could cost me upwards of $6,000, but I’m not worried about it
A high-deductible health insurance policy may seem scary or impractical, but a Health Savings Account can make all the difference.