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When Urgent Care is a Better Option than the Emergency Room

  When it comes to emergency care and emergency rooms in hospitals, what exactly is a true emergency? It is not uncommon to walk into an emergency room and see an overly-concerned parent bringing in a child with a small … Continue reading

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Possible Democratic defections leave fate of Baucus’ bill uncertain

The Washington Post (10/5, Connolly) reports Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and John D. Rockefeller (D-WV) “have refused to pledge support for the healthcare reform bill scheduled for a vote this week” in the Senate Finance Committee, “underscoring the hard work … Continue reading

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WTimes says British healthcare system exemplifies why government-run systems shouldn’t be instituted.

The Washington Times (8/7) editorializes that Daniel Hannan, member of the European Parliament, “made a convincing case that the American healthcare system is far superior to the British one, and thus should not move down Britain’s path toward government control.” … Continue reading

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Comparison of Administrative costs

Take a look at the above chart. Most people make the assumption that Medicare has a lower administative costs which will lead to billions in savings. This chart certainly shows that this is not true. When you compare the administraative … Continue reading

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One Pill, Two Pill, Red Pill, Blue Pill: Top 10 Reasons Obamacare Is Wrong for America

Good post to read. This came from the Heritage Foundation. One Pill, Two Pill, Red Pill, Blue Pill: Top 10 Reasons Obamacare Is Wrong for America Shared via AddThis

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Comparing Public Plan Options vs Free Market Health Plans- A little Experiment

I decided to do a little experiment regarding the rates and benefits of the Public Plan option vs the Free market plans(private Plans). Mainly, I wanted to see if the public plan option made health insurance cheaper. We are told … Continue reading

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Alice in Medical Care

Alice in Medical Care Shared via AddThis

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Exposing the Myths of Universal Health Coverage – Brief Analysis #651

Exposing the Myths of Universal Health Coverage – Brief Analysis #651 Shared via AddThis

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Health Care That Fits Your Lifestyle

Tired of waiting to get into the doctor’s office? There are new trends emerging which are more affordable and accessible for patients. In Arkansas, Texas, Missouri, Oregon, Maryland, New York, and New Jersey, clinics are arriving inside the CVS, Rite-Aid, … Continue reading

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Going Postal

Look Inside >>  June 2009

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