There are quite much wrong things with ObamaCare. But with the Trump administration, let’s point out the biggest issue and the most convenient way to fix it. The law has done zero to increase the quality of the country’s health care. In fact, in several cases, things have gotten worse for those who had health insurance. And therein lies the issue: the health insurance companies.
For the starters, let’s understand that health insurance companies are clerical paper-pushers. They never analyze a patient or discover a latest medicine to treat sickness. They don’t perform lifesaving surgery.
They just collect your premium — generally in advance, mind you — then, when they need, they reimburse the doctor, hospital or pharmacist a discounted rate that they dictate.
And they have benefited. The nation’s 3 greatest health-care firms felt no pain from ObamaCare.
The greatest US insurance company, United Healthcare, has seen its stock go from $19.65 in the month of February 2009 to its current $162.41, a 726% increase. Anthem Healthcare, at No. 2, has seen its stock go from $33.92 to $144.35 over the similar time period for an outstanding 325% gain. Aetna, the nation’s 3rd-largest insurer, went from $23.87 to $124.26 for a 421% gain since February 2009.
And for this, the elderly have even had to learn how to utilize “pick lines” to give themselves intravenous antibiotic injections to ignore life-threatening infections after heart valve replacement surgery.
It is now time for the final chapter to be written on the ObamaCare.
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