Aimed Alliance’s Op-Ed Featured in The Hill: “New Poll Reveals Americans Don’t Want Insurers To Limit Treatment Decisions”
The Hill has published an op-ed by Aimed Alliance’s Executive Director, Stacey L. Worthy. The op-ed discusses Aimed Alliance’s newly released poll “Principles of U.S. Health Care,” which reveals a disconnect between expectations and reality when it comes to the high standards to which Americans hold their health insurers. The poll also reveals that Americans do not want insurers making health decisions for them. Ms. Worthy states that when insurers attempt to override the decisions of trained medical professionals, patients’ access to quality care is negatively affected. To read Ms. Worthy’s full op-ed, click here. To read the poll report, click here.