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My answer below is not an answer to your question since I do not have sufficient knowledge to address it. But, since long, some ideas are wandering in my mind and though it may look like boasting, but it is my experience that many things that I had thought in the past for India had seen light of the day a decade or two later. Since childhood till today when I am 68 years old now, I never had any medical insurance nor did my father or grandfather had. Medical insurance was unheard of those days and was also not so prevalent till some 10 to 15 years back. I always wonder why I or my father and grandfather were never under tension about our medical needs. Talking about myself, I had not spent more than $ 200/- in 25 years after marriage for myself and my family which is unimaginable in USA and even in India. During last 10 years, I had undergone two minor surgeries which I got done in a charitable hospital to my full satisfaction spending $ 300/- for both and my wife spent $ 1000/- for cataract operations in both the eyes and also $ 200/- for dental treatment. I still have no medical insurance and as long as I am in India, I do not feel under tension. But still the fact is that medical expenses have started rising in India for which medical insurance is the main culprit. Once, when I suggested in this forum that medical insurance business should be banned as its profit adds to the medical expenses of the people, most including my friends disagreed. Their contension was that with the new diagnostic equipment like new-york Scan, MRI, etc., medical expenses have increased and it has also benefited the people in increasing lifespan of the people. Here, I have observed that when one doctor equips his hospital with a costly medical instrument, he starts making money and other doctors also bring the same equipment as they do not want to fall far behind in earning. But, in the process, there are more such costly equipments in a small town than needed and it becomes difficult for the doctors to pay even the interest on loans. They, then, indulge in making the patients go for tests that are not indeed warranted. Some of them even indulge in malpractice of commission for referring the patients. Recently, in a TV serial, the popular Indian actor Aamir Khan had highlighted many such malpractices by the doctors especially in rural India which created a lot of uproar all over India and a Chief Minister of a state had to take cognizance of the matter who met the actor and promised appropriate actions. In USA, such tests are being insisted by the doctors with a view to safeguard themselves against possible legal cases from the patients. For many years in India, medical profession was highly respected and doctors used to be honored like God, but the situation is now fast changing with medical insurance business florishing and we are heading towards the same situation as in USA where medical care will be the biggest worry in the life of the citizens. I strongly feel that medical insurance business must be banned and government should feel more responsible about subsidizing medical needs of the people. The biggest loophole which the medical insurance companies take advantage of in cheating the people is the condition of not allowing "pre-existing" diseases which is ill defined and always used in their favor. There are many charitable hospitals in India which are serving the people without which conditions would have been miserable for many here. However, they are still not able to meet the needs of the people in a large way. Edit: After writing my views above, I was surfing the net to gain more knowledge on the subject and was surprised to find views similar to mine about how "Health Care Industry Has Become One Giant Money Making Scam" The following link lists 25 shocking facts to prove just that.
No, i am not worried. Yes, the Romney/Ryan plans will drive seniors, in the future, into voucher applications. Nonetheless, that wont take influence until 2024. All older people presently in Medicare have little worry of any major program alterations. Yes, there will likely be some minor fee raises, but these were planned from years in the past. Please stop looking to scare the current new release of seniors, regularly youngster boomers. Making use of the Mediscare, as it has emerge as recognized, process to shift votes will confidently now not work. However, if I was once 30 whatever and truly worried about my future wellness care, i'd be doing anything and hoping that Romney does now not get elected. He simply may just, totally doubtful, repeal the inexpensive Healthcare Act. In case you are truly needing the tips, here's a link to FactCheck that explains the variations between RomneyRyancare and Obamacare.
Some of it will but for those like myself who are already on it we can keep what we have or go with the voucher, since we have no way of knowing what the insurance companies will charge it is impossible to know which one to choose unless or until it is implemented. I pay 325.00 dollars currently for Medicare and a supplement policy monthly so it should save me some money with more benefits but it is impossible to tell without knowing what the insurance will charge and what percentage the vouchers will cover.
Romoney's plan is to yank the rug from beneath the needy so that the wealthy won't be bothered with taxes.
Very much so. Wouldn't you say that would be far more effective than a catchall one-size-fit-all and the President's self-admitted rationing board?
I am in favor of phasing out Medicare all together. It is socialism at it's worst and is doomed to fail.
That will be decided by congress, NOT the president.
I hope he does.