Abilene small group health insurance

 

 

Abilene small group health insurance

The United States is the only industrialized nation other than South Africa that does not provide some form of universal health care for its citizens. Instead, we’ve bought the line of the health insurance companies that they are the answer to ensuring health care access to Americans. Yet, a look at the record proves that their answer rates a grade of “incomplete.” What Abilene small group health insurance companies are really about is earning profits—or, at the very least, not losing money if they are nonprofit organizations. In and of itself, that is certainly a worthy thing, but it comes at a terrible cost to millions of people who can’t get health Abilene small group health insurance.

Currently over 37 million people in the United States have no health insurance. For some, the cost is just too high. When it comes to choosing between health insurance and feeding the kids, food has to win every time. Of course, they can always go on welfare, but that option is not available to working folk. Besides, Americans simply should not have to become indigent to receive a decent standard of medical treatment.

Beyond the cost, others can’t buy Abilene small group health insurance at all, not because they can’t afford it but because they need it, now—and if there is one thing health insurance companies don’t want to do, it is to insure people who are ill or have a demonstrated need for coverage. Bad business, don’t you know.

The Canadian System of Universal Health Insurance

Many of us in the United States look longingly at Canada’s system of universal health insurance. Canada, like the United States, has a federal system with a national government and 12 provincial governments, similar to our states. The Canadian system, called Medicare, is funded jointly by the federal government and each province, not unlike our Medicaid system of Abilene small group health insurance for the poor (see Chapter 34).

In essence, the Canadian health care system is really 12 different systems, since each province has a different benefit package. However, there are minimum standards of coverage that each province must provide. The system guarantees the following Abilene small group health insurance coverage’s:

  • Medically necessary hospital care. This includes inpatient and outpatient treatment of acute illnesses (such as a heart attack or pneumonia), rehabilitative conditions, or chronic conditions (such as diabetes or arthritis).
  • Medically necessary physician care.
  • Surgical-dental services where a hospital is required for the proper delivery of services.

 

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