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Health-Care Reform: Let's Get Started The new law allows for wide-ranging improvements within a comf

Discussion in 'US Health Care Reform' started by Ellen, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. Ellen

    Ellen Senior Member

    Oct 22, 2005
  2. Becky Stevens mom

    Becky Stevens mom Approved members

    Oct 14, 2008
    Makes sense to me:)
  3. Brensdad

    Brensdad Approved members

    Dec 27, 2005
    C.J. Bolster also happens to be the VP of a consulting firm that gets paid to teach businesses how to operate in an unfamiliar environment. Unfortunately, his assumptions are wrong.

    You will find no greater fan of innovation than me, but innovation cannot operate at its peak in a tightly regulated environment where there are price controls. Remember that millions of people that used to have private insurance will now be forced into Medicaid; and there is no money to be made in Medicaid.

    There is also no room for product innovation because government payers don't reward that; they reward what costs less, not what their patients want.

    Florida's own AHCA is notorious for its rigorous Medicaid rules, and yet it pays very, very poorly. The only thing that keeps it alive is that the Social Security Act requires a vendor providing a service to a Medicare beneficiary that has Medicaid to always bill Medicaid. That way there's that extra level of arcane rules to operate under.

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