The Hill – The Hill Staff article The number of Americans with insurance is dropping.
In March, the Insurance Information Institute estimated that there were nearly 13 million people with health insurance coverage, down from 17 million in March 2018.
That’s a drop of more than 6 million people in one year.
It’s a huge loss, but it’s also an encouraging sign.
Health insurance is on the decline because people are not being billed for medical care, and they are not going to be for long.
The average age of those without health insurance is 26, and the average age for those who have coverage is 27.
While there are a lot of reasons for this, it’s not the only one.
The biggest reason is that we’re paying more for insurance.
Health care spending has gone up about 8% per year over the past 20 years.
But the biggest increase has been in the costs of drugs and devices.
Spending on prescription drugs has grown more than 50% over the same period.
And the price of devices has increased more than 20% since 2014.
This is an important issue because it highlights the importance of getting health care right.
There are some simple things you can do right now that will have a significant impact on your health care spending.
You should ask your doctor about any drug you’re considering taking.
If you’re on a Medicare plan, you can ask about a drug plan that covers drugs like statins, which are prescribed by doctors to treat high cholesterol.
If that doesn’t work for you, ask your health insurance company for a drug copayment plan.
It may not cover the drugs you need, but you can still be on the safe side and make sure you’re getting the best coverage possible.
Ask your insurance company to provide you with an annual summary of your health costs, including deductibles and co-pays.
You can also check out our cost calculator, which has information on the cost of each health insurance plan.
If your insurance carrier doesn’t have a cost-sharing or co-payment plan, there are other ways to get the same kind of coverage that you can get through a plan.
Ask a doctor if you have a preexisting condition.
Doctors can recommend insurance that will pay for certain types of care.
For example, if you get an MRI or CT scan, it might be appropriate for your insurer to cover your bill if you need to have an emergency room visit or other procedure.
You may be able to get that coverage at no cost to you, so long as your plan doesn’t cover that procedure.
And you can make your own plan if your plan has one, by finding out if your insurer has one.
You might also want to consider your doctor’s recommendation that you get health insurance, or a medical insurance subsidy.
A medical insurance program might pay for treatment or drugs you’re not eligible for, or provide coverage to other people who have medical insurance.
You need to ask your insurance plan about this before you make any changes to your health plan.
Learn more about health insurance and how you can find out more about your options.