Polticians understand growing mass population and complicated health care, answer is single payer? Hoping insurance companies will be fair?
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Single payer program would eliminate the Health Care Insurance system. Employees of the current companies would become government workers if they were offered jobs. It would become a Medicare or VA program that the government has trouble running. When the government controls the payments, the medical providers have to reduce their care to compensate for the loss of income. It drives the doctors and hospitals out of business and makes the availability of treatment scarce. Government entities never run efficiently and once they are instigated are hard to change.
any way you look at it if the gov't controls your health care it is socialized medicine and that is NOT the way to go, that is definitely not fair to people with health problems
Anyone who's ever renewed their drivers license understands fully that this is NOT the caliber person we want in charge of our healthcare. Government should govern. Like hockey goalies...regulate the game, dish out penalties, and occasionally let them battle until they're bloody, because people like a show.Help those in need, but put the incentive to be OUT of that system, not penalize for leaving it. How quickly would people find their next job if they lost 10% of their current unemployment benefit each week (or periodically).
How will you get Congress to ignore big payouts from insurance lobbyists to pass single payer government insurance?
Simple solutions rarely solve complex issues. The true problem has many sub-issues.Lawsuits and legalFraudoverheadmedical standards and cost to achieve themmedical profiteering and distribution of the costsvast skew of income and wealth of people in the USA$20 Trillion national debt, plus state and local debtPolitics and political party controlToo late in the USA for single payer and too much overhead in itaging more than mass population as an issuecomplicated >> AgreedInsurance is an overheadA restructuring of the medical industry would be a start of a solution.Limits on the legal system would also helpAllocation of care in some wayBut, politicians get their money from the medical and insurance and legal industries.
Of course they understand that, but that isn't who donated to their campaign funds.
Government is never the answer. It is merely a necessary evil.
Single payer breaks down the larger, more complex and diverse the population.Single payer would never work in the U.S.Costs would skyrocket..
How can we have single payer with 50 sh*t states regulating their own markets?
While I personally think a single payer, but two-tiered system, is the way to go...its not going to happen for a while. The destitute and those simply unwilling to pay are a drain on resources, driving up the costs for people who can pay. Unless hospitals can refuse treatment, we have to go single payer.That being said, I think we will end up with a two-tiered system where everyone will have basic treatment available, but the best doctors will simply demand more compensation. There are plenty of doctors in major cities that don't bother with ANY insurance whatsoever...there will always be people willing to pay extra for the best doctors.
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