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U.S. employees are feeling the pressure of health care costs, with 8 in 10 concerned about the cost of care and more than half reporting that they have skipped medical tests, office visits, or prescriptions, new research from Berkley Accident and Health finds, reports Yahoo! Finance.
The report, by Berkley Accident and Health, a unit of W.R. Berkley Corp., also found that 61% admit to skipping a medical test, visit, or prescription due to cost, and 56% have paid cash because it was cheaper than using their insurance.