According to the World Bank, the United states spends 17% of its GDP on healthcare. With the advent of the Affordable Care Act, it is expected to rise due to the unmanageable rates of chronic illness induced by the social determinants of health and equity.
We seek to assist lowering the health GDP as it continues to grow by providing solutions to offset costs and implement transformative preventative health measures for the most vulnerable populations
In addition to lowering the GDP, we also seek to help health consumers lower their individual health costs. According to the Center for Disease Control, individual health expenditures are at an estimate of $10,000 USD per capita (citizen) annually.
Once a debt passes beyond the statute of limitation in your state, a debt collector no longer has the right to sue you for payment. You may still have a moral obligation to pay back an old, forgotten debt, but you can't be sued over it.
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Through sophisticated data analytics, RIP analyzes its medical debt portfolios to pinpoint those who are most in need of relief and then negotiates to purchase this debt for a significantly reduced amount – rates typically made available only to large organizations in the debt buying industry.