Born Silent

A forum exists to help you understand the US healthcare system and find a way that suits you. We know that healthcare debate is still going on and the future reforms and novelties are possible and want to make all of those clear for you.


Most of our moderators are licensed doctors to make sure you get the right information


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Its Your 2nd Home!

American healthcare system always receives some critique in public, yet a lot of people genuinely don’t understand how it works. It’s really hard to relate it to a full system, as it’s still run by many organizations and the government itself.


The major players in it are insurance companies, health care providers and general people. More than 50% of average Americans have their insurance either bought individually or provided through their employer.
People have to pay a monthly fee to ensure that they have a healthcare plan provided for them in case they need to see a doctor, have a check-up, etc. Insurance providers mostly cope with health care providers and arrange fees.
There are some services that can help you understand what works for you and choose an insurance plan for yourself. Among those are Health Exchanges, where you can get all of your questions answered.