posted on Jul, 8 2012 @ 10:45 AM
reply to post by charles1952
Thanks for your questions and quotes. Just got back from sum v-time, so will add a link or 2 to this reply after unpacking etc.
To sum, greed has taken over our Universal Medicare system (surprised?) It took less than 50 years to fall apart. Our health care system is now
riddled with management. At a recent Medicare conference, one employee reported in the health region they work in, there is now a manager for every
5 employees. The gov't decided to divide the province into many health care "regions" - totally unnecessary for a province of 1 million people
Divided it and appointed more than a few managers to run these regions. Its been quite sick, pun intended.
The salaries that this plethora of management are paid is ludicrous. It is draining the system. And as usual is being falsely portrayed in the
Sounding familiar to anything else?
As I now understand it, US citizens will have to purchase insurance, still, in order to be covered?
All I know that is that when ever we needed to go to the doctor, finances never came into play (not inc. dentists/eye drs.). Used to be.
I think those that be saw how much money there was to be made with private health care, when looking to the south. Screw the people. There's money
to be made.
The irony of both countries pulling opposites with the result being the same is something else kinda wild. Our health has turned into a game.
edit on 8-7-2012 by ItsEvolutionBaby because: proper sentence structure