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This month, Better Health News talks about what gets in the way of having good-quality healthcare access.

First, we cover some events that have had unexpected results..

Then, we focus on a group that seems to be forgotten sometimes these days: near-seniors aged 55 to 64.

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4 Well-known Events that are Actually Crippling Your Healthcare
Near-Seniors 55 to 64: Ready to Pay More Money?

4 Well-known Events that are Actually Crippling Your Healthcare


Ever tried to make a specialist doctor’s appointment and found a six-month waiting list?

Ever rush to have a prescription filled and found that the pharmacy only has one pharmacist and he or she’s out to lunch?

As frustrating as these problems are to us—the patients—they’re just as frustrating for an often-forgotten part of our healthcare system: the workers. The very people that make everything happen.

When it comes down to it, the US medical workforce does matter, in a big way. Whether your spouse is a hardworking nurse or you rely on a doctor to help you fight being sick, the people that run all our healthcare facilities are the life force behind what’s keeping many Americans alive today.

What’s more, health care spending is expected to reach one-fifth of the U.S. GDP by 2021. In other words, less than ten years from now, 20% of the goods and services produced by our economy will be related to keeping Americans healthy.

With all this new money being pumped in, you might think that healthcare should be easier to get. But that’s not what’s happening. Things are getting scarcer.

And here are 4 reasons why.


Event #1

Well-known Event: Affordable Care Act expands coverage.

Reaction: Doctors scramble to handle the flood of new appointments.


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Near-Seniors 55 to 64: Ready to Pay More Money?


Aches. Pains. Creaks. Even if you’re the kind of person who welcomes ‘maturing’ with open arms, you’ll agree that our bodies don’t always come quietly along the way.

The worst part? Healthcare coverage problems aren’t making aging any easier. If you’re between 55 and 64, you might be one of millions of Americans finding it tough to stay healthy.

Near-seniors have healthcare barriers to overcome. Barriers that can stop healthcare access dead in its tracks.

Here are the 3 most common barriers that many near-seniors today have to overcome.

(And even if you have no trouble paying for healthcare, there’s still a tip to reduce your future bills at the end of this article.)


Barrier #1: No Medicare Coverage


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