More adults going without medical care because of costs
from American Medical News
More working-age Americans are going without health insurance and not seeking physician care for injuries or illness because they can't afford it, according to two new studies. A report by the New York-based Commonwealth Fund found that the portion of patients delaying medical treatment in the last year is trending upward. Findings from the group's biennial health insurance survey in 2010 show that an increasing percentage of working-age adults skipped office visits, medical tests and prescriptions because of costs.
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