What do you think will happen when the health care industry crashes?
This one's going to be big. Hospitals have been abusing the system and American people for years, hiring without limits, charging people and the insurance companies whatever they wanted, building lavish palaces and expensive, big, perhaps unnecessary machines...and even now, with every industry cutting back on workers and spending, these people are still hiring? I've been in Michigan for years dealing with a recession, or is it depression? The hospitals have been doing the same thing here. All the troglodytes have been getting health care jobs when their automotive jobs got cut. I wonder what will happen when the party ends for these people? Reality has to hit soon. It might be overnight, I don't think they're living in financial reality. The real estate industry was like this too before the collapse. Will Americans realize this before it's too late? Probably not! Then what's this? http://blogs.usatoday.com/ondeadline/2009/01/health-care-ind.html?csp=34 Pancho, it won't be fun, but it'll be reality. Do you think the care we have today is operating in an economic reality? Habsburg, they don't turn anyone down for a job. The quality of workers there are the same as the worst people I used to employ at the restaurant I used to manage. That's not a good sign.
Asked By: Where's my McNuggets? - 1/27/2009
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Hospitals weren't too bad until the For-Profit capitalistic people put the medical system on their agenda. Many not for profit hospitals still do a relatively good job. It's the insurance companies, the medical supply companies, pharmaceutical companies and other blood suckers who are doing the most damage.
Answered By: TheMom - 1/27/2009
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hospitals are cutting back too.
Answered By: truthistrue8 - 1/27/2009
How can something owned and operated by the government crash? We've still got Social Security and Medicare don't we?
Answered By: Captain K - 1/27/2009
healtcare won't crash because the government will take it over and run it like the dmv and social security. won't that be fun.
Answered By: Pancho - 1/27/2009
If it were to happen, then the government would offer a bailout (or buy in?) like they have the banking industry. And the medical industry will willingly hand over the reigns of private enterprise to the control of the government.
Answered By: smellyfoot ™ - 1/27/2009
It won't. Why should hospitals have hiring caps? I'm very happy that I was able to get an MRI the very next day when I blew out my back. How long do you suppose I'd have to wait if the government ran the whole show? Did they turn you down for a job?
Answered By: habsburg - 1/27/2009
Boy you can tell your a liberal , The lights are on but no ones home. Hospitals and care for the sick is the very last place you cut budgets friend, Most places can be compromised. You talk as if hospitals are open for the express purpose of people getting plastic surgery and hanging out to drink beer, They are a... More
Answered By: Rich White Republican - 1/27/2009
You are wrong, wrong, wrong.
Answered By: regerugged - 1/27/2009
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