How is insurance "reform"?

Going to lower insurance costs, when they are based by the charges from the health care providers? If you look at the stock charts from the insurance industry they make nothing in dividends. Any one who knows the market could tell you that they do not make huge profits, so how are they going to lower your rate? Health care reform, does not regulate hospitals and doctors who charge $300 for a $15 shot. You all have just been punked by your own party! truthseeker now your bending the truth to suit your needs. Your insurance carrier has spent that. Ask for an itemized bill everytime you go to the DR or the hospital. Nice try. You are right seamonkey That is because our politicians are lawyers and they take a oath to protect each other above all else d_dock, thankyou for that answer, now if we could just get people to read that.

Asked By: elkdevel - 3/12/2010
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Answered By: d_dock_2000 - 3/12/2010
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I`ve never been charged $300 for a $15 shot, I pay my $10 co pay and get everything I need and thats that. it`s reform because they are revamping the whole system. Its an overhaul would probably be a better term than reform. but I guess its not PC enough
Answered By: TruthSeeker818 - 3/12/2010
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Answered By: Philip McCrevice - 3/12/2010
and why do providers charge more and more? because malpractice insurance rates keep going up. why? sue happy americans. torte reform is a major player here, but no one wants to introduce it. and it is every party that has no balls to do it, not just one or another.
Answered By: sea monkey - 3/12/2010
Actually - if we'd quite listening to right wing pinheads in this country we wouldn't need insurance. Do you have any idea how much MONEY is thrown to these Billionaires each year??? Any idea??? And 1/3 of your "healthcare" insurance dollars are used to figure out a way NOT to treat you... More
Answered By: Morpheus - 3/12/2010
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