Paul Ryan has been critisized (to put it mildly) for his plan to reform Medicare/Medicaid. As the current system will become insovent in less than 15 years (per the CBO), it must be replaced or reformed if we want these programs to continue...keeping the plans as they are is not an option as they are failing. How would you reform the plans to continue the services they provide?
provide vouchers that the individual manages.
by placing the control into the hands of the individual, the hospitals and doctors would be required to make the patient happy or lose the funds.
the individuals would then also be working with doctors that actually had to appease them instead of shuttle them through the system.
by Susan Reid3 years ago
If you are insured through your employer, the answer is no. If you are an individual or small business owner, please share your thoughts.Did you know there will be online health care insurance marketplaces...
by Ralph Deeds4 years ago
Barrels of ink have been spilled over Medicare during this year's campaign. There's nothing wrong with that: Obama and Romney have fundamentally different approaches to Medicare and they deserve attention. Romney, for...
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
No humane person is against the government giving needed assistance to the indigent elderly, the severely mentally and physically disabled, and to those who otherwise cannot work. However, there are plenty...
by My Esoteric2 years ago
Let me create a hypothetical, very starke, situation and see what reaction there is to it.1. American economy has devolved down to 5 Oligarchs that control 80% of the market; other entrepreneurs split what's...
by Judy Specht4 years ago
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by egiv7 years ago
And also to those who claim liberals don't argue with statistics:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/05/opini … ref=global
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