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New International Survey: Health Care Costs, Insurance Problems Affect U.S. Adults Most

A new international survey from The Commonwealth Fund finds that adults in the United States are far more likely than those in 10 other high-income industrialized nations to go without health care because of cost, encounter difficulties paying medical bills, and deal with time-consuming health insurance paperwork or disputes, including claims that were unexpectedly not paid.

Interact with the survey data from 2013 and previous years in the International Health Policy Center. And browse and save the survey charts in ChartCart.

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