How much less would healthcare cost if the insured did not have to cover the salaries for ...?
healthcare sales people
healthcare customer service representatives
healthcare middle managers
healthcare Jr VP's
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Yas, government is known to be much more efficient than private enterprise (yuk yuk).
Keep working on the Five Year Plan, Comrade Prinzessen.
- JeffreyLv 74 weeks ago
You are confusing the cost of healthcare with the cost of healthcare insurance. If the government ran the system who would do all the work that the insurance company employees do and would government employees do it as well? If you think the insurance companies are ripping you off you can bypass them and pay the providers directly. Trump made that possible.
- electricpoleLv 74 weeks ago
All to be replaced by a wasteful,bloated, inefficient bureaucracy, run by greedy political hacks.
If you think health care is expensive now.............wait until it's "FREE". And rationed.
- ChrisLv 74 weeks ago
...But instead the insured had to pay for a huge Washington bureaucracy to second guess and ration every healthcare decision made in America?
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- BuddyLv 54 weeks ago
Undoubtedly a whole lot less. Are you under the impression that healthcare administration is unnecessary? Or maybe that when government employees take over those responsibilities their salary doesn't come out of someone's pocket? Do you know of any national healthcare system that isn't currently failing?
- The Football GodLv 74 weeks ago
You forgot the PITLA marketing of, "If you or a loved one used ..........[whatever product] and got sick or died, contact Dewey, Fuggum and Howe". I even saw a lawsuit for a cancer product that wanted a payoff for hair loss. Good God, you're alive.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
I've seen estimates that the simplification of a single national health plan for all rather than the current system of 100's of different plans would reduce overall health care costs by at least 20-25%, some estimating the savings as 33% or more. And that's based on only the administrative savings of streamlining billing and reimbursement, doesn't take into account for-profit insurance company's payouts to stockholders, board members, top execs.