We read the stories every day, is insurance going to be there for us when we need it? That is the big question and some days it’s like a roll of the dice at the craps table, we don’t know until the dice are rolled. BD
About 20 percent of the U.S. population delayed or were unable to get access to medical care when they needed it in 2007, up from 14 percent four years earlier, a study released on Thursday found. About 9.5 million more people went without medical care in 2007, compared with 2003, the nationally representative survey released by the Center for Studying Health System Change, a nonpartisan policy group, found.