Current health articles mention that no matter how much advancement the medical studies may get on certain conditions of the body, diseases like cancer will always worry us. If you are a young person that has been diagnosed with cancer, you will be in a state of shock and this is very understandable. And we disagree profoundly about where we want to go. Do we want a single, nationwide payer of care (Medicare for all), each state to have its own payer of care (Medicaid for all), a nationwide marketplace where we all choose among a selection of health plans ( for all), or personal accounts that we can use to pay directly for health care (Health Savings Accounts for all)?\n\nCurrently in Massachusetts with some exceptions, individuals have to show proof of health insurance, and the state has a program which makes it accessible to all. Diabetes affect 150 million people worldwide, this can be avoided if following a healthy diet and exercising.\n\nChronic conditions such as arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and hypertension is found in 15 percent of young adults aged 18 to 29. And half of young adults are considered above a normal weight range, 24 percent qualifying as obese. Massachusetts is still the state with the least number of uninsured children, with only about 5 percent having no coverage.\n\nFor example, If there is a 20% coinsurance requirement, then a $100 medical bill would cost you $20, and the insurance company would pay the remaining $80 until you meet the total annual out of pocket requirement. HMO’s typically offer no coverage whatsoever for services rendered by non-network providers or for services rendered without proper referral from your primary care physician (PCP).\n\nThe Duttons were doing all they could to earn a living and pay their taxes—taxes that helped provide free health care for people who did nothing to earn it. Meanwhile, they faced thousands of dollars in medical bills themselves. You will most likely have an annual deductible to pay before the insurance company starts covering your medical bills.
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