The United States is the only major industrialized nation that does not provide healthcare for everyone. 47 million Americans have no insurance to help pay for trips to the doctor, medicine, or emergency surgery. People can purchase health insurance on their own, but it's usually expensive, and a lot of people who are uninsured say they can't afford it. So they hope they don't get sick; seek charity or low cost care when they do; and even make big life decisions based on their insurance needs. Karen Michel reports for our series "North Carolina Voices: Diagnosing Health Care."