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Well, no. A lot on the "right" if we must talk - divisions

Posted: Jun 11th, 2018 - 10:24 pm In Reply to: "Universal" is leftie speak for your money is paying for - someone else's health insurance.

think it's a great idea, too, because it lowers costs. Any increase in taxes is offset by savings on administrative costs, advertising, and people with pre-existing conditions get covered. There would be no wildly disparate costs for procedures like there is now, no out-of-network increased costs so in-network providers aren't pissed, and a host of other savings. But too many people think that's socialism.

The direct primary care movement is addressing a lot of these problems but for now the focus is on employer's health insurance plans. Employers are saving a ton of money which trickles down to the employees. When you consider that health insurance costs more than raw materials for companies then you should be able to see that universal coverage would save money for employers as well and they could increase wages, expland production, bring back jobs.


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