How People Are Hacking The Healthcare System That Failed Them How People Are Hacking The Healthcare System That Failed Them
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How People Are Hacking The Healthcare System That Failed Them

by Tasbeeh Herwees

July 18, 2013

In 2012, 84 million people in the U.S. were either uninsured or underinsured—that's almost half of all working-age adults, according to the Commonwealth Fund 2012 Biennial Health Insurance Survey. As unemployment numbers bounce around, more and more people are having a difficult time paying for the treatments they need. This means they have to look beyond the insurance system and find other ways of getting healthy. Here's how people around the world are hacking healthcare: 

 

Photo via Flickr (cc) user Images_of_Money

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