Risk factors for medical indebtedness include hospitalization, disability, high deductible, Medicare Advantage, and no insurance coverage

For 2018 compared with 2014, mean out-of-pocket cost of naloxone increased by 506 percent among uninsured patients

Under the law, Medicare will now be allowed to negotiate the cost of some drugs; vaccines will be free for Part D recipients

One in four Americans have put off medical care or prescription purchases due to higher prices

Medicare spending higher for adults with a formal clinical diagnosis of dementia versus a positive screening for cognitive impairment

Increases in substance use disorders, psychiatric disorders, pain diagnoses, health care use and spending seen in survivors

<p>Less than one-quarter of older adults report they would want to take it</p>

<p>However, most costs are paid out of pocket</p>

<p>At 12 months, cumulative incidence of major financial hardship was 71.3 percent, despite insurance cover</p>

<p>Drug shows promise in clearing brain plaques believed to play a role in Alzheimer disease</p>