What doesn't make sense is that you don't understand that a family with a high deductible of $5,000 must pay the $5,000 before their doctor visit for the child with the ear infection can be billed against insurance. And doctors are now requesting payment in full before you can be seen because they have been burned on allowing people to be seen, billing them for the visit and ensuing treatment, and having to send that bill to collections because it never gets paid.<quoted text>
Because of course more people having insurance will increase ER visits for routine care. That doesn't make sense, dear.
So, let's say your child is sick and you don't have the $120 and the doctor won't see you. You then go to the ER where you child can be seen and the hospital will write off all of part of your costs. No way are you a lawyer, Che - no way. I don't even think you made the grade of paralegal because what you are posting is truly ignorant.