The Pros And Cons Of Health Insurance

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Millions of Americans are not currently covered by health insurance plans since health insurance is high-priced. The White House reported that the national average annual family premium for employer-sponsored health insurance has increased from $5,791 to $13,375, and the single coverage, from $2,196 to $4.824 between 1999 and 2009. Also, the insurance companies have been rejecting the patients who have pre-existing medical conditions. For recent three years, 12 million people were rejected by insurance companies due to the pre-existing medical conditions (the White House). In the past ten years, the uninsured population has increased from 38 million to 46 million (the staff of Washington Post 75). Many cannot afford to purchase the current

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