CNBC covers the wealthiest man in Idaho who is committed to helping citizens in his state mount legal defenses against unjust medical bills. ““I’ve got the resources, and have been looking for good ways to use them to help folks,” says Frank VanderSloot, CEO of Melaleuca, a health products company.”
LA Times looks at rising premiums and deductibles, which are chipping away at the financial stability of working class Americans who are finding themselves in increasingly perilous situations.
News Channel 5 continues its stupendous coverage of medical debt in the Nashville area by interviewing both those who have been helped by their partnership with RIP and individuals like James Waller — who is a caretaker for his elderly mother.
Compiled by Daniel Lempert, RIP Medical Debt