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Stop the Hardship: Why Providers Should Abolish Patients’ Debt

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Stop the Hardship: Why Providers Should Abolish Patients’ Debt

Every day 79,000,000 Americans choose between paying their medical bills and basic needs like food and shelter. Medical debt destroys the financial stability of large segments of America’s most vulnerable…
April 29, 2021

Stop the Hardship: Why Providers Should Abolish Patients’ Debt

Every day 79,000,000 Americans choose between paying their medical bills and basic needs like food and shelter. Medical debt destroys the financial stability of large segments of America’s most vulnerable communities and also targets the middle class, driving many families who are barely getting along into poverty. Craig Antico, Co-Founder, RIP Medical Debt and Tammie Jackson, Vice President, Go-to-Market Strategy and Sales, Trans Union discuss why they believe it is a smart business decision for healthcare providers to abolish medical debt. Hear why they believe forgiving medical debt can help improve an individual’s health and wellness, and how providers can benefit from debt forgiveness.

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