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Health Insurance and Out-of-Pocket Costs in the Last Year of Life Among Decedents Utilizing the ICU.

Khandelwal N, White L, Curtis JR, Coe NB


March 18th, 2019

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Critical Care Medicine

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Use of intensive care is increasing in the United States and may be associated with high financial burden on patients and their families near the end of life. Our objective was to estimate out-of-pocket costs in the last year of life for individuals who required intensive care in the months prior to death and examine how these costs vary by insurance coverage.


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