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Myth #28

  • Category: Cost/Taxes

    • Administrative costs for Health Care Reform will be too much.
      • MythAdministrative costs will be replique rolex too much, thus rendering Health Care Reform ineffective.

        Fact

        31 cents of every health care  dollar in relojes imitacion the United States  goes to administrative fees fees and profits - in Canada, it is 1.3 cents (see video at source 4)

        Blue Cross of Massachusetts employs more people to administer coverage for 2.5 million people in New England than are employed in all of Canada to administer single payor for 27 million Canadians.

        Under our current system, the United States has $480 billion in excess spending each year in comparison to Western European replique montre nations that have universal health insurance coverage. The costs are mainly associated with excess administrative costs and poorer quality of care.

        In 1999, health administration costs totaled at least $294.3 billion in the United States, or $1,059 per capita. Since then these costs have been rising. We already have enormous administrative costs.Health Care reform is another way to address this. By cutting Administrative costs, it makes insurance less expensive to Americans. Currently costs are passed onto consumers in the form of higher insurance premiums.

        Facebook PermaLink Myth #: 28 Created: 08/01/09 Updated: 10/17/17 03:06 AM
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