You had me at, “It does.”It does, and to do that it talks about changing doctors from a fee per visit to a service basically. That way you aren’t incentivizing people to not see the doctor when they should, which reduces more expensive issues later on, and reduces the push for doctors to do more costly procedures either to bring in more money, or because they don’t know their patients well enough to know what they should/shouldn’t need.
In Canada, we are fortunate that much of our health care is covered. Not all of it is, including prescription drugs and various forms of therapy (massage/physio etc) and we require private insurance for this.I haven’t listened to this yet, but I’m hoping it also discusses the stunning (to some) revelation that “healthcare” is not something that should remain dormant until after a patient gets sick, it should also apply to available processes/procedures which postpone/prevent illness(es) in the first place. Even down to such basic things as nutrition, exercise, and environment. Yes, that means some level of your gym membership should be considered as part of healthcare.
That second part is so dangerous.Yeah, a lot of people think there's no way someone could get away with being that corrupt. Plus, Fox News has brainwashed all their watchers into believing every accusation against Trump is fake, and he actually did a lot to slow down COVID.
Yeah, but now we can inject people with antibodies to keep them artificially active and healthy. Also, reminder that November 4th is 19 days from now, so....2 weeks isn't that far off :-PRemember: the timeframe for Herman Cain was "tested positive but minor symptoms" to "tweeting from beyond the grave" in like two week.