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A White House official said Tuesday that the administration decided against it.
What consumers pay for insurance and care next year has a lot to do with how the COVID-19 crisis plays out.
Individual governments have defended decisions to keep medical equipment at home, arguing they must take care of their medical workers and patients first.
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More than 27 million Americans are uninsured, and millions more are underinsured, hampering public health efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Only a quarter of Americans think mental health services are accessible.
Lost productivity from lack of sleep costs the economy billions of dollars.
New Walmart Health facilities in Georgia have separate entrances and they look like clinics, not Walmart stores.
The letters, which went out to 3.9 million people, detailed how to sign up for health care coverage.
A new rule would require hospitals to make public the prices for everything they charge for.
"It's so rewarding to just provide good care, and be kind and have them feel safe," said Dr. Crystal Beal.