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Monday, May 31, 2010

Free-Market Health Care and the Poor

Free-Market Health Care and the Poor

2 comments:

  1. My doctor tells me that he wouldn’t have to charge as much as he does if the government didn’t require so much paperwork, and if he didn’t have to practice “defensive medicine” to avoid being sued plus having to pay such high premiums for malpractice insurance.

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  2. Mine is retiring.
    He is one of those Doctors that establishes relationships with his patients.
    I doubt he ever got rich, because I doubt he had a "collection agency" in his two lady operation.
    One receptionist and one nurse and I liked it that way. I must be out of the loop, I prefer someone that knows my name, knows my history and cares about my health and my ailments.

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