But it’s worth noting — whatever the faults of Obamacare, we do not want to go back to the system as it was before. We just need to get Obamacare to work for the middle class and vulnerable populations.
However wrong this may seem, in my mind it’s a better option than care simply being uncompensated and falling on the provider or the facility to take the hit. At least in this model, there is some revenue stream going for care, even if it is basically a servitude for service model.
…and we’re back to gut bacteria as playing a central role in health….
Hospitals worry theyll be stuck with more bills under Obamacares high-deductible plans – Cleveland Business News – Northeast Ohio and Cleveland – Crains Cleveland Business
Something will need to be done about this.
Sometimes you can’t blame it on the guns. Really sad. We need more community in this country, so we can work out our problems without violence. One answer is better access to mental health services.
Profiles in health care: Young, healthy artist weighs insurance options video | The Journal News | lohud.com | lohud.com
What it looks like at ground level for the young, the healthy, and the artistic who want to get health insurance…
I definitely don’t want to harsh on anyone’s mellow about Obamacare, but this is the part that worries me: the bad debt that hospitals are going to take on. This issue is going to have to be reconciled somehow.
Moving in the right direction, slowly but surely.
Well this definitely puts a positive spin on HDHP’s. It’s hard to argue with high consumer satisfaction ratings.