Currently, we spend 17 percent of every dollar we earn on health care, and that number is only going to continue to rise.
Over 50 percent of the U.S. population is living with a chronic disease. Treatment for this huge number of people costs about $1.4 trillion every year. The situation worsens when taken into account that 80 million Americans are not insured, a costly risk. In 2011, doctors and hospitals spent over $50 billion to pay for medical costs for the uninsured.
While Health Care Reform Act was passed by Congress to address these escalating costs, what will the changes mean for your health insurance?
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