The cost of Medical School, the difficulty of medical training, the insanity of the labyrinth of regulation, insurance, medicare, medicaid and the coming uncertainties and complexities of Obamacare have persuaded many talented young and talented people to eschew medicine as a profession. Worst of all is the coming shortage in primary care physicians made even more difficult by the aging Baby Boomer generation that will be covered by medicare and Obamacare.
Who will tend to medical needs when the government makes it all free?
http://theweek.com/article/index/231267 … of-doctors
by Shil19784 years ago
If you've seen your doctor spending more time typing into a PC than spend quality time with you -the patient - then here's why....http://www.businessweek.com/articles/20 … records#p1I wonder how forcing hospitals...
by Judy Specht4 months ago
I have been listening to how the government has a billion dollars for getting people to sign up for the Affordable Healthcare Act. Would that money have been better spent training more doctors and building new...
by My Esoteric2 years ago
By the time the dust settles, there will be more than 7 million paying enrollments into the Obamacare program through the Federal, State, and off exchanges. It also appears that the mix of young and old, while not...
by OLYHOOCH4 years ago
This is just one of many Re-plys, I receive each day. I thought I might share this one with you,,,,, Thanks. And from one of my favorite pundits, Stella Paul, more motivation to work our tails off in this election...
by ElSeductor3 years ago
Why are some people so eager to take away healthcare for people with pre-existing conditions?
by screaming4 years ago
If you found yourself with no insurance, unable to afford private insurance, and (you, your spouse, your children, your parents, or your grandkids) were in need of medical treatment. Would you be against Obamacare?
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