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    Wow (no surprise!!), neither one of you answered my question.

    Here, I'll ask it again slowly: Why - can't - we - fix - Medicare/Medicaid - and - make - them - more - streamlined/efficient - as - well - as - price - competitive - against - the - big/bad - for profit - companies?!?!





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    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 View Post
    Wow (no surprise!!), neither one of you answered my question.

    Here, I'll ask it again slowly: Why - can't - we - fix - Medicare/Medicaid - and - make - them - more - streamlined/efficient - as - well - as - price - competitive - against - the - big/bad - for profit - companies?!?!
    Because---the---Republicans----are----OBSTRUCTIONIST-----assholes---who----think----M.A. programs-----are----for----poor----lazy-----minorities----and----it-----has------no-----benefit-----for------their----wallets----to-----help-----the----less-----fortunate-----so-----they----use-----scare----tactics-----to-----make-----people-----like-----you-----think-----your-----wallet-----will-----get-----thinner----and-----if-----your-----wallet-----is---toooo-----thin----you-----will----experience----existential-----angst---and----wonder----if----you----are---really----alive----and----important----in---this----world.




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    Thanks for putting words in my mouth! Well done!!!




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    You can use that same picture in reverse. The top graph shows the empolyees necessary to run a medical billing office. The bottom shows how the governmetn would do it, with 90% of the employees tenured and refusing to work....
    Or the top is the waiting line on the public option, the bottom is the one after all the red tape is inserted.




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    I forgot about this.....thank you for bumping it Galen. As I said before, Medicare/Medicaid are rife with fraud and lose a $1Billion+ a year.....and you think a "Public Option" wouldn't suffer the same fate?

    Lets fix Medicare/Medicaid first and make it a true public option for low-income earners and for the first 6 months of unemployment. Make the patient liable for the first $2500 (aka a $2500 deductible) and then the gov would pick up the rest. I still say Tort reform needs to be addressed as well.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 View Post
    I forgot about this.....thank you for bumping it Galen. As I said before, Medicare/Medicaid are rife with fraud and lose a $1Billion+ a year.....and you think a "Public Option" wouldn't suffer the same fate?

    Lets fix Medicare/Medicaid first and make it a true public option for low-income earners and for the first 6 months of unemployment. Make the patient liable for the first $2500 (aka a $2500 deductible) and then the gov would pick up the rest. I still say Tort reform needs to be addressed FIRST.

    Sorry I fixed it for you. Without tort reform they are re-arranging the deck chairs on the titanic...




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