State of Wisconsin reporting in on deaths due to lack of insurance...BD
Nearly five people between the ages of 25 and 64 die each week in Wisconsin because they lack health insurance coverage, according to a new report by Families USA, a national organization promoting the interests of health care consumers.
“Our report highlights how our inadequate system of health coverage condemns a great number of Wisconsinites to an early death, simply because they don’t have the same access to health care as their insured neighbors,” said Ron Pollack, executive director of Families USA. “The conclusions are sadly clear — a lack of health coverage is a matter of life and death for many Wisconsinites.”
Wausau Daily Herald - Report: Lack of health insurance contributes to five deaths a week in WI
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