Approximately 3% of Americans are holding up the U.S. health care system, and from the latest spending bill, it’s clear Congress has zero regard for them.
Last spring, I found myself at a wedding talking to my cousin about “poison pills.” Not the Romeo and Juliet kind. The shareholder rights plans – known as “poison pills”
Consumers with large deductibles want low-level medical attention on their terms. These new services are just the latest development in a market in turmoil.
We’re used to random health care insurance increases of 10% to 20% every year or so. But in December my policy was simply terminated without anything changing on my part.