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What is your biggest health insurance concern for the future?
Even though I am insured, I am afraid of rising costs that are not covered.
52%
I worry that the process for approval and claims is getting more complicated.
9%
I worry about my eligibility and insurance claims denials.
10%
I'm currently not insured as much as I would like to be, and that concerns me.
9%
I have other concerns when it comes to my health insurance.
9%
I'm not really concerned about my health insurance.
9%
Total votes are 722
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