One in seven Californians have medical debt, study finds
A report from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, "The State of Health Insurance in California," finds that more than 2.2 million California adults—almost one in seven working-age Californians—say they have medical debt. And two-thirds of those said they incurred the debt despite having health insurance.
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