US Health Care: You Don't Need What You Have
The Affordable Care Act controversy rages on. In this week's BMJ, journalist Jeanne Lenzer says the basic assumption that US people don't have enough health care is misleading and in reality, Americans have too much - and that unnecessary care costs an estimated $800 billion per year.
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#1 Oct 4, 2012
What, the sniffles and the occassional ache are excessive reasons for a visit to the US Health Care system? O M G
What should be a day trip winds up being months of billable procedures, a solution to your problems maybe not.
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