Has anyone looked into what the impact of covering per-exisiting conditions has on the cost of health insurance?

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  • 3 weeks ago

    but that's not even the real "dirty little secret"...

    it's not the cost of the actual care that matters.... it's the fact that, by forcing insurers to take on virtually unlimited risk, it gave them the green light to increase premiums accordingly...

    ...in case you don't know, those premiums get invested by insurance companies....with the profits from those investments going to the CEO, board members and biggest investors...

    this is why Big Insurance companies scored record profits during the Obama Administration even as poverty and joblessness rose to record levels...

    Big Insurance has backed the Kennedy Democrats for decades..... do you remember who in the DNC backed Obama against Hillary?

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    The US spends about 17 percent of it's GDP on health care, countries with a single payer systems pay somewhere between 10 and 11 percent of their GDP and get better results on average.

    So if you are concerned more about saving money than the well being of your fellow Americans, you would choose for a single payer system.

  • 3 weeks ago

    Lmao f*ck people with pre-existing conditions right? Throw them in a ditch to die. 'Merica!

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