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Re: health systems Declan

Posted by Larry Hoover on April 13, 2007, at 5:36:56

In reply to Re: JerryPharmstudent, posted by Declan on April 13, 2007, at 1:11:35

> I see this often here. It is so deeply pathetic. People who *really* need help not getting it.

It breaks my heart, too.

> I must be lucky?

I'd say so, as I've seen most regions of the Earth represented in the list.

> (Good doctors move to where I live?)
> We have a better health system?

Perhaps both. Different health system, at least. It saddens me to know that the U.S. system is perhaps most likely to be singled out in this way. It's a system with unequal distribution of health care. Tens of millions of its citizens (and the immigrants that fuel the economy) without insurance.....and even for those with insurance, facing cost management as the primary consideration of treatment, rather than well-being. I read one analysis of the system's efficiency that concluded that the costs of administration (~25% of total cash flow; includes profit to investors) could completely cover the costs of full medical care for all Americans, but that 30,000,000 people would be out of work.

> I have no idea.

I think you do.





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