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"The case for Medicare for all: Congress passes an inflation bill but is it enough?"

USA Today interviewed Dr. Gerald Kominski, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor emeritus of health policy and management, about why 25 million Americans, in a population of 329.5 million, still remain without health insurance

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

For Briana Moss, a Type 1 diabetic, making sure she has the health coverage she needs to live is a delicate dance.

She and her partner are putting off marriage because even with his workplace-based insurance, the co-payments for her frequent doctor visits would be more than they could afford.

And while Moss says she’d like to work full time, she keeps her hours to a minimum so she can continue to qualify for Medicaid, the government program that helps her pay for the insulin she must take every day.