People will drive across town to shave a few cents off of how much they pay per gallon of gasoline, but no such penny-pinching exists when it comes to their health care. According to a recent study, health care patients seemed to choose more expensive options at every turn, almost as if to spite their health care providers. The depressing results indicated a deeply held antagonism between most health care patients toward their health care providers. Perhaps making sure they picked the most expensive treatments possible was a way to get a little revenge.
In 2017, Collins voted to keep Trump from repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Providers might have to disclose the discounted prices they charge specific plans.
Rand Paul joined Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in opposing the bill.
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