Over 90% of U.S. population has some form of health insurance. Despite the widespread coverage, Americans collectively owe over $220 billion in medical debt – with most individuals owing between $2,001-5,000. This is all according to an analysis by the Peterson-KFF Health System Tracker. Cynthia Cox, one of the researchers behind the study, sits down with Soledad O’Brien in studio to discuss the pervasiveness of medical debt.   

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