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What if health care reform was done this way?

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What if health care reform was done this way?

Postby osbourne » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:40 am

End state lines, allowing competitors to sell health insurance across America.

End the law suits doctors endure, banning doctors to be sued because of malpractice. (Only ones losing here are lawyers like Jacoby and Myers you see on tv getting 1 billion last year)

Give people tax cuts who purchase insurance.

End Medicare/Medicaid so insurance companies can make low rate insurance plans for the elderly and poor. It works with auto insurance since elderly and poor people drive cars and still can afford insurance.

The more competition the cheaper the price, the more quantity the cheaper the price, so giving people incentive to purchase, and giving insurance companies more boundary, and not letting doctors have costs that shouldn't be there like law suits. Will simply raise the standard completely.

I would love to see doctors own their own private practices, seeing health practices opened across the United States, their could even be franchises of this. We see Wal*Greens a major drug distributor. So why not a major diagnosis center?
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Postby chason62 » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:49 am

I like mine better. You buy insurance or you don't. If you don't you better learn the art of prayer because that is the only help you get. It's simple, to the point, and it didnt take 2 houses and 10 months to figure out.
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Postby tredway » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:55 am

What a great new idea!

You think this is going to control costs?

Do you really want your provider to be located in North Dakota if you are living in Florida? Do you really think that anti-trust laws are strong enough to promote real competition between HC ins. behemoths? Do you really think a con president is interested in enforcing anti-trust laws (TR Roosevelt was the last, and there will never be a con like him again)?

Do you really want there to be no recourse for poor medical treatment at all?

Do you really think that insurers will violate their own actuarials and insure old people?


Do you really think you know what you are talking about?
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Postby ryscford » Wed Nov 23, 2011 10:59 am

Pigeon, do you know what you're talking about? No? Then keep quiet.

Obama wouldn't stop complaining that some states were monopolized by one company for health care, so this fixes the problem. The government shouldn't have put those restrictions anyway, it's not their job.

I like it man, fair plan. Getting rid of Medicare/Medicaid would be very, very hard though. Even though it is a program that has so much waste, I think leaving it is better than trying to remove it. At least we can stop socialized health care before it gets to that point, though.
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