This is an article well worth reading in total. I think it makes some excellent points. While our policy makers focus on more subsidies for college i.e. free tuition they miss the […]
As long as people don’t see paying for health care as their responsibility, costs will be uncontrollable.
In 1961 my health insurance consisted of hospitalization, inpatient physician services only based on a fee schedule and a fixed dollar amount toward x-rays and lab work each year ($25). No coverage […]
Between 2015 and 2016, US median household income rose 3.2% from $57,230 to $59,039, according to a new reportreleased by the U.S. Census Bureau on Tuesday. It’s now the highest income year on […]