Healthcare Finance News February 22, 2024
Susan Morse

Regardless of party affiliation, unexpected medical bills and healthcare costs top expenses adults worry about, according to KFF poll.

Healthcare affordability, along with inflation, are the top issues voters would like the presidential candidates to discuss heading into the 2024 election, according to a new KFF tracking poll.

Regardless of party affiliation, three in four adults (74%) said they worry about being able to afford healthcare, according to the report. Just over half (55%) said they worry about being able to afford their prescription drugs.

About half of insured adults (48%) said they worry about being able to afford their monthly health insurance premium.

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