SPOTLIGHT: Medical costs an obstacle for 25 percent of Americans

Not surprisingly, consumers in the U.S. continue to struggle with their medical expenses, research suggests. Almost 25 percent of Americans reported having trouble paying their medical bills last year, according to a new survey from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Meanwhile, 22.4 percent said that they or a family member delayed seeing a doctor when necessary due to cost concerns. Article

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