89 million people medically uninsured during 2004 -- 2007

Aug 9, 2012 Full story: PhysOrg Weblog

Eighty-nine million Americans were without health insurance for at least one month during the period from 2004 to 2007, and 23 million lost coverage more than once during that time, according to researchers at Penn State and Harvard University.

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billingrehab

Bryn Mawr, PA

#1 Aug 9, 2012
Helloooo, anybody home? On one hand this is stating the obvious on the other it shows how much or how out of control health INSURANCE has become.

Insurance should be cheap enough that you should almost be able to forget about it or not flinch about paying a premium. But now INSURANCE or a health insurance payment is a month's rent, a month of food, a couple of utility bills etc. And one wonders why many opt not to carry health INSURANCE, until now an optional voluntary expense.

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