Uninsured, Need Medical Care?

For many older Americans who aren't yet 65, these are precarious times: too young for Medicare, but too old, according to many employers, to be hired for jobs with health benefits; too well-off for Medicaid, but too cash-strapped to afford high health insurance premiums and out-of-pocket costs.  "Although 2010 has been a historic year with the passage of federal health care reform legislation, uninsured people throughout the country still need  medical resources now," says Nicole Lamoureux, executive director of the National Association of Free Clinics, a non-profit that serves more than 1,200 permanent, locally-based free health clinics across the country...

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