medical care

For too long, insured consumers remained in the dark about how much a scheduled health procedure would actually cost them.
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You need some expensive medical care yet don't have the insurance or money to pay for it. Should you use a medical credit card that's pitched at some doctors' offices?
By Ankita Rao, Kaiser Health News
Hidalgo is a county in southern Texas just across the Rio Grande from Mexico. It's also home to the highest prevalence of U.S. adults - about 40 percent of the population- delaying necessary medical care because of cost, according to data in the March 28 New England Journal of Medicine.
The medical delivery system is under pressure to provide quality health care despite these dire trends:
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The rise of websites for rating service has led some doctors to require patients to require patients to sign non-disclosure waivers.
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