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Every year, the cost of healthcare increases, leaving many people struggling to pay for rising insurance premiums and expensive medical bills. Between 2015 and 2017 — just two years — the cost of healthcare rose 14 percent. Below are several resources that can help families on fixed budgets and seniors on Medicare easily locate the health care they need without reading through thousands of websites and guides — many of which can be confusing — looking for the help that could save their lives.
Help for Seniors with Low Income: Government Benefits and More! - A significant amount of qualifying seniors don’t participate in low income benefits because often it’s hard to know what’s available. Tools like Benefits Checkup and the Eldercare Locator can help connect seniors with the services and benefits they qualify for. To understand how your income level will affect your retirement, try the NewRetirement Planner.
Health Care Cost Assistance Guide: Medicare, Medicaid, and State Assistance Programs - Fortunately, there are a number of resources available to people who might have difficulties affording health care. Here is more information on some of the national resources that can help with health insurance and health care costs. We’ve also included a state-by-state guide of more localized resources in your community.
Medical Cost Advocate - A healthcare cost reductive service that helps patients renegotiate medical bills and check billing accuracy.
FreeClinics.com - A comprehensive state-by-state guide to finding free clinics. Offers additional information for no-cost medical clinics, affordable clinics, low-income clinics, and clinics that offer services to the uninsured.
Find a Health Center - An online tool that allows people to find federally funded health centers in their area. The data can then be exported to PDF or XLSX. This interactive map is also available as an iPhone application.
NeedyMeds.org - This national nonprofit provides a wealth of information about drug assistance programs and affordable healthcare options. Data on this website is updated on a regular basis using a number of credible resources.
Hill-Burton Free and Reduced Cost Health Care - Information about Hill-Burton free care, which is available to people below current HHS poverty levels. This service is available in about 140 hospitals nationwide.
PACER Center - Specializing in children with disabilities, PACER Center provides a resource to help parents locate medical treatment and assistance.
Low-Cost Dental Care (NIH) - The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research provides tips for finding low-cost dental care.
See also: Senior Resources (Medicare, more) and Consumer Product and Safety (Disorders, legal, more)
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