VOAVideo: Patients Struggling to Pay Medical Bills
About 65 percent of Americans have private health insurance that is supposed to pay for anything from routine doctor visits to serious illnesses. But even people with some of the best policies find out too late that insurers may refuse to pay for needed medical procedures. The family of two-year-old Aram William's struggle with so-called incomplete coverage led them to advocate for health care reform. VOA's Brian Wagner reports from Miami.