Big bills for a small heart
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Big bills for a small heart

During a routine sonogram appointment, Jodi Lemack discovered that her baby's heart had a rare and deadly defect. After making a special arrangement with her insurer to receive out-of-network care for her son, Lemack and her husband were left with an $85,000 bill. (KHN)

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