Universal Human Rights Month: Health Care as a Human Right

Universal Human Rights Month: Health Care as a Human Right

13% of Americans personally know someone who died because they couldn’t afford the medical care they needed.

45% of Americans were “underinsured” last year, meaning they were left responsible for a larger share of their medical expenses than they could afford.

40% of Americans find it difficult to pay their monthly insurance premium.

60% of millennial Americans say high costs prevent them from having health insurance.

It is clear health care is out of reach for many Americans. We at Softheon believe it shouldn’t be this way. That’s why we’ve devoted ourselves to making health care affordable, accessible and plentiful for all.

We also believe health care is a human right. Join us in standing up for the equality, justice and the dignity of all patients in America and beyond.

Sources:

  1. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/many-americans-know-someone-who-died-unaffordable-health-care_n_5dc9cfc6e4b00927b2380eb7
  2. https://www.healthcarefinancenews.com/news/americans-cutting-back-monthly-expenses-afford-healthcare-premiums
  3. https://www.healthcarefinancenews.com/node/139454

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