If you're finding health care and accessing needed medications in Wisconsin unaffordable, you're unfortunately not alone. The figures are astounding:
- 1 in 5 people purchasing their own insurance has had to avoid filling a needed prescription because they couldn't afford it.
- Half say they find it difficult to afford out-of-pocket costs.
- The average individual plan medical deductible across the state is $3,347 and the average prescription drug deductible is $1,202 before insurers will fork over a dime.
We have less than a month to take action to encourage insurers to introduce what are known as "Low Out-Of-Pocket Health Plans" before the July 22 deadline, a decision that right now is optional.
Join Citizen Action's Kevin Kane and Terri Williams on Thursday July 7th to hear what we can do right now to save consumers collectively over $200 million dollars in lower medical and prescription costs, as well as the new way our organization is organizing to make a difference in Wisconsin! We can convince insurers in Northeast Wisconsin, but we only have until July 22, so let us know if you can help!
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