U.S. Residents Growing More Optimistic To Pay for Care
Americans are more confident in their ability to pay for health care services in the coming months -- particularly elective surgeries -- than they were during the previous few months, according to a Thomson Reuters survey. According to Thomson Reuters, the uptick in confidence could be related to respondents rebounding from tighter budgets around the holiday season.
- "U.S. Confidence on Health Care Spending Rises" (Krauskopf, Reuters, 2/17).