A price on well-being. Health is wealth, and coverage can prevent crisis

By: Joel Schlesinger

Kathleen Martens worried she was gambling with her financial well-being.

But she wasn’t concerned about her retirement portfolio’s exposure to the stock market.

In her early 50s, reliant only on herself for income, Martens feared what would happen if she got very sick.

“I figured I probably have a better chance of getting really sick than winning the lottery…

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