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Docs, Hospitals Fear Getting Stiffed By US

There are 2 comments on the WLKY-TV Louisville story from Jul 29, 2011, titled Docs, Hospitals Fear Getting Stiffed By US. In it, WLKY-TV Louisville reports that:

Doctors, hospitals, nursing homes and pharmacies might not get paid for products and services if the federal government defaults on its debt next week.

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HumanSpirit

Branford, FL

#1 Jul 30, 2011
Government bills should be cut to the Mental Health Industry based on no science. The industry represents 75 percent of disability payment and has been ripping the USA taxpayer off on a Republican planned coup detat.

Local doctors (GP) should begin the distribution of help in tapering the victim/patient of the mental health industry off of the Mind drugs.
whats up

Milford, PA

#2 Jul 31, 2011
Maybe if they took a pay cut and quit charging to much, things would be a little bit better. Hospitals cry the blues about money all the time.Drug companies are a bunch of crooks over charging.

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