Americans are struggling to pay for healthcare in the ongoing economic recession, with a quarter saying they have had trouble in the past 12 months, according to a survey released on Monday.'
Baby boomers -- the generation born between 1946 and 1964 -- had the most trouble and were the most likely to put off medical treatments or services, said researchers at Center for Healthcare Improvement, part of the Healthcare business of Thomson Reuters (TRI.N).
The study, available here, found that 17.4 percent of households reported postponing or delaying healthcare over the past year.
Yes, the health insurance industry bureaucrats screw you over at an efficient profit, why have competition?
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