Sure, when I pulled our daughter up by the arm and gave her a bad case of “nursemaid’s elbow,” I complained that I had to pay an $80 co-pay to have a resident come see her, manipulate her arm for about 7 seconds and then tell us she was all better. It is easy to complain about the rising cost of health insurance when you have it. But what about (if I am reading the report correctly) 8 million + children in the United States who have no health insurance at all.
Covering Kids and Families, an initiative by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to provide insurance coverage to kids (and adults!) who currently do not have it. The site is a great source of information on how you can get involved. Heck, at the very least, if you have a blog, just add a link.
Or, if you, or someone you know, have children who are uninsured, there are resources to help you get free or low-cost insurance for them.
Please, take some time to check out the site.