New survey conducted by 20|20 Research and commissioned by CarePayment: Most Americans have no money saved to pay for healthcare expenses and many are forced to delay care.
According to a new survey across 1,000 Americans conducted by 20|20 Research and commissioned by CarePayment, a leading patient financial engagement company, most Americans can’t afford their medical bills and many have avoided or delayed medical care in the last year due to expected costs.
The following is a brief excerpt:
“This data highlights a growing challenge for both patients and healthcare providers,” said Craig Hodges, CEO of CarePayment. “People are risking their health by choosing between paying for good and rent or seeking needed medical care. And healthcare providers cannot operate effectively when patients either do not seek or cannot afford care.”
To read more about the study and findings, read the full press release here: CarePayment Healthcare Research Highlights