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Out Of Management Healthcare Prices: Price of Annual Household Well being Protection within the US Now Tops $20ok!



The cost of family health coverage in the U.S. now tops $20,000, an annual survey of employers found, a record high that has pushed an increasing number of American workers into plans that cover less or cost more, or force them out of the insurance market entirely.

Annual health insurance costs hit record high above $20,000 https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/other/annual-health-insurance-costs-hit-record-high-above-dollar20000/ar-AAHPRKp

In 2013, 64% of health spending was paid for by the government,[5][6] and funded via programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and the Veterans Health Administration.

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  1. I am an Emergency Physician. I have to enter a service level for generating a patient's bill in the ER. Even if it's something simple I can build a higher level of care by asking you if you smoke or drink, I can bump it up another level if I say that I asked you about several different aspects of how your health is doing. If I order a shot I can feel a little if I ask the nurse to give it intravenously I can Bill a lot. As reimbursement goes down all the Physicians just keep increasing the level of service that they claim on every patient bill. No one ever audits this or comes back to Physicians and say that they are overbilling, it just gets paid. I just checking a few more boxes you can turn an $80 emergency bill into $600. All the positions do this and nobody considers that there ripping anybody off. Welcome to America

  2. (this is in Germany) I needed an MRT scan (all is well) – price would be 1900 euros. I confronted them with price quotes I found online. "But didnt you say you had private insurance?"
    Eventually I went to an individual clinic that charged me 600 euros when paying directly (using the EXACT SAME equipment).

  3. Sorry to hear about what happened to your father. Anyone with any integrity just can't be part of the system very easily anymore.

    The allopathic healthcare system in the US is such a failure on so many levels, It is essentially a jobs program to manage death, and by that I mean, create as much death as possible while appearing like you aren't. I have a lot of stories I won't bore you with, but I'm disgusted with the system for good reason.

  4. Jason, I'm kind of disappointed you're not doing the sugarbaby show, I guess a lot of listeners don't want to be reminded that their daughter is sucking some 60-year-old guys schriveled up dick so they can buy that new iPhone and handbag.

  5. I had cancelled my medical insurance as a cost saving measure, and sure as fate, one son got appendicitis which required a second operation due to complications. Faced with about $50,000 in bills, I did a little research and found that medical care providers actually charge individuals much more than they charged insurance companies, who grind them down in the process of bargaining for contracts. I was being charged the "full retail" price, so I wrote letters to all the providers offering to settle the bill for an immediate 50% cash payment. Essentially ALL of them accepted, realizing that trying to squeeze the full amount out of an actual living person without insurance would be a losing game. And that is what we are up against, and an illustration of how "health insurance" costs everyone more money in premiums because we are told that Somebody Else will pay your bills. Turns out that the "Somebody Else" is only ourselves.

  6. Astma medication cost 500 dollars a month in America? I have Astma and live in Denmark and it cost me 500 kr a month before my insurance and deductions kick in, after that it is less than 100kr/month. How is it even possible for American medication to cost that much?

  7. Something none of the presidential candidates don't mention about European public healthcare systems is the large disparity in income between nurses/doctors in the EU and the USA. In Ireland for example public hospital nurses start at around €24,000/year (career capped at about €45000/year) and doctors earn less than half the average American doctor. Try convincing someone in the USA to go eyeballs into debt for that kind of pay. Luckily irish healthcare workers get free university (another corruption rant for Jason) and can go work in the middle East tax free to save up for a middle class lifestyle in Ireland. Most people in Ireland will have a hard time earing one if they stay home. No wonder it can take upwards of 6 months to get a colonoscopy in a Dublin public hospital. Forcing all providers in the USA will cause massive layoffs in the American healthcare industry and cause shortages. A better solution for us is price transparency at the clinics, pharmacist, and lab facilities.

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