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If we could shop around for health care like we do for homes would it be less expensive?


If we could look at reviews like Kelly Blue book and Consumer Reports, when purchasing healthcare, as we do when making major purchases I think we would get better quality and value..

 

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    Judy Specht (tirelesstraveler) 5 years ago

    Great example. That is what might make a difference. Have you noticed that medical technology never get any less expensive, Why would that be? No competition?

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    bankscottage 5 years ago

    Health insurance should cover the expensive items, not the day to day things. Car insurance covers accidents not oil changes.

    Apple makes a lot of money and is sitting on a ton of cash, should we demand cheaper computers, iPhones, or iPads?


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    Judy Specht (tirelesstraveler) 5 years ago

    We have that sort of thing as well, but there isn't anything that tells what the best hospital/doctor/ labs etc. You get your choice of what the company offers and take what you like best.

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