Health insurer denials may be making Americans sicker

Health insurers are rejecting patient claims that deny them access to vital medications. Some of those patients may end up sicker, suggests a recent survey. Health insurers denied coverage for nearly a quarter of the Americans with chronic conditions or persistent illnesses. In a third of the cases, these patients, all of whom had insurance coverage, said their conditions worsened after being rejected.

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Patient Profile: Bill

After being diagnosed with Myelofibrosis, Bill was shocked and saddened by the number of people living with the disease and who were unable to afford the condition’s necessary medications, while at the same time, being too sick to work.

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