‘Our healthcare system forces us to try to make calculations between financial security and health’: Americans give US hospitals a dismal score
October 6, 2022
Around this time every year, the all-volunteer staff committee of Unitarian Universalist Society: East in Manchester sits down with a broker to select a health insurance plan for employees for the coming financial year.
Only three of the church’s six employees participate in the plan, but it costs about 10% of the association’s $500,000 annual budget. And each year, their carriers’ rates have increased – often by double-digit percentages.