Improving Your Health

Health Care Costs versus Your Health

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No matter what happens to their health, most people think that they will able to get health care.  Whether it is employer health insurance, medicare, medicaid or emergency room treatment; they will get treatment.

This will NOT be true in the future.

With the coming cuts in medicare and medicaid, there will be less health care available.  Emergency rooms will only treat emergencies with no on-going treatment for major medical needs.  Fewer employers will offer health insurance and will pay less of the cost.

Obamacare will only make it worse.

What does this mean to you?

You will watch members of your family die a lingering death for lack of health care.

So sad.

It does not have to be this way.

No, the government cannot stop this from happening.  In fact, the government is responsible for it.

Is this what you want for your family?

If not, you need to take action now.


Comments and referrals to this blog would be greatly appreciated.


Written by solutions777

November 25, 2011 at 6:24 pm

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  1. Ola! Truehealth7,
    Speaking of which, Rising health care costs can not be eliminated through one magic stroke of a pen introducing new legislation.  The industry is very complex with many layers and many selfish players seeking to only protect their interests.  The entire system is not broken, only pieces of it.  When the national debate centers around people in the U.S. not receiving good health care then the argument is lost.  The issue should not be focused on “not being able to receive health care” but should focus on affordable insurance and cost containment.

    Methadone Treatment Center

    November 30, 2011 at 9:53 am

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