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Location plays a big role in the cost of your insurance and healthcare. Workers in Hawaii paid just $4,700 on average, but costs were higher elsewhere.
Twenty-one countries spent more than $3,000 on healthcare per capita in 2017, according to data from OECD.
Bill Gates says his wealth has freed him from daily concerns like healthcare — but he’s right when he also says you don’t need billi...
Bill Gates said in a Reddit AMA that being a billionaire has made him happier because he doesn't worry about the cost of healthcare or education.
From English-speaking doctors to affordable healthcare: Malaysia ranks 1st in healthcare category of global retirement index
Malaysia scored 95 out of 100 points in the healthcare category of the index.
A medical center allegedly told a single mother to fundraise $10,000 for a heart transplant after saying she didn’t have enough money to cover t...
Hedda Martin, 60, was notified by the transplant committee at Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Michigan, saying she could not have a heart transplant.
The CEO of one of the largest health insurers in the US explains why he thinks healthcare costs so much
David Cordani, CEO of health insurer Cigna, says that healthcare costs in the US are so high because hospitals spend more on intervention measures to treat people after they get sick rather than investing in prevention.
33 cities around the world where healthcare is good, housing is affordable, and people have the best quality of life
Some of the best quality of life can be found in Australia and New Zealand. Deutsche Bank released a quality of life index for 50 cities with global economies by compiling numerous measures, including overall quality of healthcare, cost of consumer goods, and housing affordability.
Ex-Facebook president and billionaire Sean Parker reveals one of the biggest advantages rich people have over everyone else
The founding president of Facebook says rich people have better access to healthcare so they're going to live longer and continue to grow wealth.
Amino collected data about different hospitals in cities around the US, finding out what the institutions charged insurers for procedures.
Gun-related injuries come with significant costs. A new study found that from 2006 to 2014, hospitalizations due to firearms cost the US $6.61 billion.