October 12, 2020
“As a nation, shouldn’t we try to make healthcare more affordable and accessible?
Yet, recent health policies continue to fail vulnerable individuals, like those living with chronic illness. These patients — who pay thousands in out-of-pocket costs each year due to specialty doctors, increased office visits, multiple medications and regular testing — live in constant fear of the next unexpected cost that would make managing their health condition even more challenging.
Unfortunately, a pair of health policy changes, one enacted and one proposed, do just that…”
Read this opinion piece by Liz Helms in Inside Sources.