Pertaining insurance companies, I want to know what regular people think about the health industry, or more properly: the Health Service sector of society. Would it be easier for doctors, and society, to weed out insurance fraud, and cut the costs of private, public/government spending? What other industries or services would see an increase, or decrease, in revenue? How would this effect our future generations, and especially those alive now? Would the government, or private lawyers, step in during events such as malpractice? Please carefully think such a scenario over prior to responding.
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Do you think that their is a likelihood of medical costs being driven up by artificial intervention such as greed by insurance companies, medical supply manufacturers, etcetera?
Retail costs of health care are being driven up because insurance pays less and less. We have to find a common ground or method for insurance companies to come up with reasonable reimbursements and help doctors develop reasonable rates.
'd like to know what you mean before insurance. I am 62, and have been covered by some type of insurance all of my life. You are not going to end malpractice suits. In my state to sue a doctor to have to go before a medical board composed of doctors.
This seemed like a very good answer when I first read it, nonetheless I gave it a couple days to lull over in the background and consider you answer. While it is a decent answer... There are many grey areas that I cannot let stand without question. W
I can understand, but this was a response to a question and not a fully researched hub. Tell me your gray areas and I will be happy to try and address them.