For primary care doctors, yes it is. Anyone who knows anything about it will tell you that the insurance companies are destroying the healthcare industry altogether. They are ruining the healthcare providers, the doctors, the patients, even the pharaceutical manufacturers. The insurance companies are absolutely ruining healthcare in the US. Nobody will stop them, because GE Healthcare is owned by a company whose CEO is on a "job-creating committee" for President Obama. GE also owns a major network, which politicians contribute to. The insurance companies lobby congress incessantly...meanwhile every other industrialized country in the world has government-provided healthcare. We're the only people who pay out of pocket for these high administrative costs. I know old people who are terrified of socialism after 70 years of indoctrination, so they don't want healthcare reform; yet when they need medical care, they go to Mexico (where they don't speak the language) and think nothing of it. It's a hot mess.
by Mentalist acer7 years ago
Will the new healthcare policy personally help you,and just exactly are the drawbacks of the healthcare bill?
by Alternative Prime2 years ago
Opening his mouth doesn’t appear to be a strong suit for poor ole’ backwards Jeb - Every time he yaps his trap his big “Special” brother George W looks like the intelligent sibling ~ How much trouble is that?If...
by Christin Sander3 years ago
What do you think of the Supreme Court "Hobby Lobby" ruling today?Should healthcare decisions not be between a woman and her healthcare provider? Why should your boss essentially get to tell you what medicines...
by MikeNV7 years ago
How many of you would accept a 21% cut in pay if you didn't have to? Doctors don't have to. How many. Leave your comment if you are willing to accept a 21% cut in pay.I just read this rather...
by Georgiakevin8 years ago
I simply do not understand why people are fighting health care reform. I have heard the arguments against it and I keep saying how is that worse than being held hostage by the insurance companies? My insurance cost...
by GA Anderson3 years ago
MIT professor Jonathan Gruber, a paid technical consultant, (claims have been made he was paid $400,000.00 for his work on the Obamacare bill), and a major architect of the Affordable Care Act is recorded at a...
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