Health Populi June 17, 2024
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

You would assume that most people over 50 would be worried about the financial future of Medicare to cover health care as those middle-aged Americans age.

But a surprising two-thirds of young Americans between 18 and 29, and 7 in 10 between 30 and 39 years of age, are concerned that Medicare’s solvency will worsen leading to their not being able to receive Medicare when eligible to receive it, discovered in the 2024 Healthcare in America Report from West Health and Gallup. This year’s research focused on aging in America, exploring areas of U.S. health care system successes as well as downfalls for older American health citizens.

The annual study conducted a poll among 5,149 U.S. adults ages 18 and...

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