Insurance companies are trying to find dirty little tricks to avoid covering COVID-19 tests, setting up yet another kind of public health crisis.
Even in normal times, life as a caregiver is tough. COVID-19 has made the personal, emotional, and economic costs difficult to bear.
If they succeed, health insurance companies might classify people who’ve contracted coronavirus as having pre-existing conditions and refuse to cover them.
I'd rather handwrite every document I submit.
Southern Republicans Lifting Coronavirus Lockdowns Are Also Keeping the Working Poor From Health Coverage
The six states banding together to lift coronavirus restrictions have also refused to expand Medicaid, leaving millions without health insurance.
Delivery app Postmates is offering drivers a fund to help with coronavirus-related issues, but drivers say some of them are only receiving $30.
Same genes, same type of cancer, very different bills.
"After a car accident, an emergency services bill grew to $75,000. We decided declaring bankruptcy was our only option."
RIP Medical Debt has forgiven nearly $1.4 billion worth of debt, which is simultaneously a lot and not nearly enough.
A new study underlines the fact that more adults in the U.S. are shying away from non-emergency healthcare.
A new report from Vox on Taiwan’s single-payer healthcare system helps fill out some details in this so-called “fantasy.”
A report from NPR details how a woman’s normal office visit was trumped up into thousands of dollars in charges; in our overly complex healthcare system, there are somehow no straightforward rules against this.