Healthcare consolidation is reducing your choices and raising your prices.
Of course, this represents a challenge to Medicare for all. We’ve got these entrenched wealthy corporations extracting everything they can from healthcare transactions. If England is any model (and I understand there’s is a national health program where physicians are employed by the Government funded healthcareCorporation – the NHS) The health system Has to hit rock bottom before change is going to occur. We should still try but the larger the organization The few were pressure points. I think Medicare for all is critical to the nations health but given our profit oriented system it’s hard to figure out how to move forward. I sound like Debbie downer this morning (the rain?) But I have been struggling with this problem for a while. Thoughts?
Abdul— I could not help asking whether or not the logical outcome of the consolidation of hospitals becomes the nationalization of hospitals or universal hospitalization?