yeah, soak those greedy hospitals by forcing them to be charities, how dare they try to break even?
No, it’s not “compassion”, it only looks like it on the surface. They overbill me and mine and others to recoup the expense of the “charitable” treatment...just like all the rest of the folks who get emergency treatment at little to no costs.
Ever wonder why an MRI is billed at say $1500 but is only “allowed” $350 or so? Why are 2 Tylenol $50? Because they’re trying to get money from others to recover their “charity”.
Concierge services are where it’s at...get the damnable insurance companies, lawyers, politicians and the rest of the scum out of the medical profession.
I couldn’t care less how the old system was viewed. It resulted in the best medical treatment in the history of the world.
If it was broke, then someone forgot to tell those who had hearts restored, cancer cured, limbs re-attached, and lives extended.
Anything that goes on the cheap with the doctors and researchers is something I don’t support.
Anything that advances better organization, management, efficiencies, etc., is something I would support. That isn’t ObamaCare, it isn’t single payer, it isn’t anything with any kind of death panel, and it isn’t anything dreamed up on the spur of the moment by a bunch of rinos so they have an alternative plan for political purposes.