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Your Health Matters What You Need to Know about U. S. Health Care Your Health Matters tells you what you need to know about the U.S. health care system, and sorts through the secrets, myths and misconceptions. To make wise decisions about your health care future, you must have accurate information. In these pages you will find: a simple understanding of U.S. health care, and how you can control it. You’ll be surprised to discover how much you already know. how the outcome of the health care debate may determine the quality and length of your life. the myths, secrets and misconceptions about the health care systems in other modern nations – Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, France and Germany. government-run systems all have this in common: They ration care to those who are the sickest and most defenseless. America does not have a health care quality crisis; it’s the cost of health care that’s the issue. that tomorrow’s health care, when compared to today, can be more exciting, more beneficial, save more lives, reduce more suffering, and give you more for your health care dollar; if you make the right choice. Truths: There are several major forces that, over time, contributed to the United States’ unique and great health care success. These forces flourished in our free society, as we cherished individual choice and promoted the sacred nature of human life. The bottom line in the United States is this: During the last 40 years, in a single generation, we have slowly adopted an entitlement mentality. Our discoveries as we wrote this book were astounding, even astonishing. We expect that you will have the same experience
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The health care system touches our most extreme emotions, with the real potential at any moment to provide inexpressible joy and hope, or unbearable sorrow and pain.The fact is that when death threatens, everything else becomes secondary. The drive for survival takes first place – always. Death is the Great Motivator that keeps the health care system in business. But, should there be spending limits set on sustaining life? America does not have a health care quality crisis; it is the high cost of health care that is the issue. But, has health care inflation made it impossible for families to afford health insurance? There are several major forces that, over time, contributed to the United States’ unique and great health care success. These forces flourished in our free society, as we cherished individual choice and promoted the sacred nature of human life. Government-run systems, however, all have this in common: They ration care to those who are the sickest and most defenseless.Some Myths, Secrets, & Misconceptions: · U.S. private employers can insure 2.25 of their employees for the same cost as the government spends on one employee. · Everyone wants to talk about Canada’s lower prices for name brand drugs, but no one asks the question, why do Canadians pay twice as much for generic drugs as we do? · The uninsured crisis is, for the most part, a manufactured issue meant to trick us into wholesale health care reform. The bottom line in the United States is this: During the last 40 years, in a single generation, we have slowly adopted an entitlement mentality.Our discoveries as we wrote this book were astounding, even astonishing. We expect that you will have the same experience.About the Author:
Gregory Dattilo CFP CEBS & David Racer Gregory has worked for more than 30 years as an employee benefits consultant. He earned his Certified Employee Benefits Specialist designation in 1993, from Wharton School of Business. In 1995, he earned the status of Fellow with the International Society of Certified Employee Benefits Specialists. He became a Certified Financial Planner in 1984. Gregory is the CEO of Dattilo Consulting, Inc., and ClientServ, LLC, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His firm insures thousands of employees across the country, and has overseen the successful payment of hundreds of millions of dollars in health care claims. Gregory is a hard-working innovator and visionary, motivated to stay on the cutting-edge of the health care industry, while working to promote economic freedom in the United States David is an author, editorialist, essayist and public speaker. His books include true crime, political and social commentary, Christian and secular fiction, and biographies. His editorials and essays cover a wide range of contemporary and historical issues. David is the founding president of The Declaration Foundation, and the former Chairman of The Constitution Educational Foundation. During much of the 1990s, David hosted The Dave Racer Show, a daily radio program in the Twin Cities. He is the former publisher of Dave Racer’s Minnesota Report, a monthly tabloid investigative newspaper. David also served as Executive Director of Minnesota Proposition 180 Degrees, and the Minnesota Employers’ Roundtable, both of which were small business advocacy groups.
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Book Description Alethos Pr Llc, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0977753409
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