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    Uninsured Americans Face Confusing Bills, Inconsistent Chargesi
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    May 29, 2013 10:16 PM
    Navigating the American health care system can be daunting, especially for the estimated 30 million people in this country who lack health insurance. As VOA's Carla Babb tells us, in the first of two reports on the costs of health care, uninsured patients face not only unmanageable costs for their care, but also bewildering medical bills and inconsistent charges for their hospital stays.

    Uninsured Americans Face Confusing Bills, Inconsistent Charges

    Published May 29, 2013

    Navigating the American health care system can be daunting, especially for the estimated 30 million people in this country who lack health insurance. As VOA's Carla Babb tells us, in the first of two reports on the costs of health care, uninsured patients face not only unmanageable costs for their care, but also bewildering medical bills and inconsistent charges for their hospital stays.


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