Report: Many in middle, upper classes have trouble affording health care

08/17/2006 | NYTimes.com

As many as half of adults in middle-income families say they have had serious problems paying for their health care in the past two years, and even many in affluent families said they had trouble paying for medical bills, according to a new report. One health expert said it was surprising that people earning more than $50,000 were having difficulties affording health care and the high costs of care obviously are impacting more people.

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