Sometimes, using insurance for health-care costs is more expensive than paying cash for a procedure. And that is not the way it should be, says columnist David Lazarus.
Sometimes, using insurance for health-care costs is more expensive than paying cash for a procedure. And that is not the way it should be, says columnist David Lazarus. CAROLYN KASTER Associated Press file
Sometimes, using insurance for health-care costs is more expensive than paying cash for a procedure. And that is not the way it should be, says columnist David Lazarus. CAROLYN KASTER Associated Press file

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Cutting health care costs shouldn’t be this painful

June 30, 2016 6:24 PM

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