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Few Things So Starkly Set America’s Health System Apart As How Much Patients Have To Pay Out Of Pocket

08:54 EDT 13 Sep 2019 | Kaiser Health News

Nearly all of America’s global competitors — whether they have government health plans, such as Britain and Canada, or rely on private insurers, such as Germany and the Netherlands — strictly limit out-of-pocket costs. In more news on the health industry and insurance: hospital lawsuits against low-income patients; employer-based health care costs; price hikes and upcoding; America's uninsured rate; and state marketplaces.

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