An eroding model for health insurance
Working Americans once could rely on employer-based benefits. But more people are being forced into the individual market, where coverage is costly, bare-bones and precarious. The health insurance system has become increasingly expensive and inaccessible, and at the heart of the problem is the clash between the cost of medical care and insurers' need to turn a profit.
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