You can't make hay in the dark and just so we're on the same page, the Affordable Care Act would not be my first choice for improving health care in this country. That said, something has to be done so that the other 99% of the population has access to the care only 1% of the population can currently afford.<quoted text>
You may want to add NaviHealth to your portfolio. You got the funds. Behind every cloud………..
>On average, Medicare’s fee-for-service model pays for about 2,000 days in a post-acute care facility for every 1,000 beneficiaries. By comparison, Kaiser Permanente, a provider of low-cost quality care, averages 600 days per 1,000 clients while achieving better outcomes. It’s possible, in other words, that Medicare is paying for 70 million unnecessary days for all of its approximately 50 million enrollees, wasting tens of billions each year.“Even if we’re pretty lousy at this,” Scully said,“even if we only get that down to 1,500 or 1,200 [days per 1,000 clients], we’re going to save them a lot of money and make a lot for ourselves.”<
Make hay when the sun don't shine, they say, or something like that. Conniving Mo Fo's.
I have a basic problem with a system where insurance companies make more on the care I receive from a doctor the the doctor who's providing that care.