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Explore alternatives Consumers who don't have insurance or are underinsured aren't without recourse, Worters said.
Further, as of September 2016, 28 million Americans were uninsured and millions more underinsured with premiums, deductibles, and copayments that are too high.
More than 400 uninsured and underinsured children received free physicals during six days in early August at three Shepherd’s Hope locations in Orlando, a 30-percent increase from last year and an all-time high for the initiative.
Thousands of uninsured or underinsured metro Detroiters are expected to flood Cobo Center this week for free medical and dental care through a nonprofit that serves the needy population across the country and worldwide.
Event: 'On Your Toes: Dancing for Detection' Presented by: A Silver Lining Foundation Benefiting: Buy A Mom A Mammogram program that funds the entire spectrum of breast health testing for uninsured and underinsured individuals.
Providers at these federally qualified health centers, which receive some government funds to serve the uninsured and underinsured, do not ask patients about their citizenship status.
The event was the first large-scale dental clinic organized by the local nonprofit, which annually hosts eight to 10 free health clinics to improve access to care for the underinsured and uninsured.
FQHCs offer a number of health services to the underinsured and uninsured on a sliding fee scale, depending on the patient's ability to pay.
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- an underinsured motorist
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