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People who struggle to afford food have 20% higher health care costs than those who don't, partly the result of a cheaper, less healthy diet, a study finds.
The CARES Act expanded the list of items that FSA money can be used to buy, which includes feminine hygiene products.
People of color are almost twice as likely as white people to be worried about how to pay for care if they get COVID-19.
The latest producer price index was up 0.5% in January, mostly because of higher service costs, not more expensive goods.
A PwC survey found American companies will spend 6% more in 2020.
Costs are often indirect, such as not being able to work.
Health care in the United States costs a lot of money. In fact, we, as a country, spend twice as much as other wealthy nations. And we’re collectively less healthy than many others. But why is it like this? Conventional wisdom says that Americans use more health care — more tests, scans, screenings and prescriptions. […]
To treat or not to treat; that is the question.
JAMA found in the first year, just 10 percent of workers used the service, and it looks like no one saved money.