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WASHINGTON, March 27—During the debate over the Senate budget resolution, Sen. Sessions offered an amendment that would have prevented illegal immigrants fro…

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SYDNEY (Reuters) – James Yu, who runs the King of the Pack tobacconist in central Sydney, is indignant about Australia’s stringent anti-tobacco laws making manufactures package cigarettes in drab olive green packs with pictures of ill babies and diseased body parts.

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Question by DukeofDixie: If Health care is a RIGHT, why don’t they give us a Bill of Health Rights or add an?
amendment to the constitution tell us what our rights will be under National Health Care, for example do we have the right to get a knee replacement regardless of our age, race or sex, do we have a minimum wait time to see the doctor, example no longer than one hour, one day etc.–I think we should get this before we dive into a Health Care System we know nothing about and what to expect, this would be better than just taking the word of the politicians

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Answer by C.S.
Ninth Amendment man. Read it some time.

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Question by Creative License: Are we going to have to give our health histories to the insurance exchanges to determine premium?

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Answer by Brain
Yep but there are some anti-discrimination laws out there

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(PRWEB) May 14, 2012

Morehead Associates announces the release of “The State of Staff Physician Engagement: 2011 in Review” whitepaper.

Based on 1.4 million survey responses from hospital-employed physicians in 2011, Morehead’s annual report reveals a statistically significant decrease in physician engagement compared to 2010. Regression analysis revealed nine key drivers of physician engagement, with hospital-sponsored continuing medical education (CME) appearing on the key driver list for the first time.

“As hospital employment of physicians continues to grow, the links between physician engagement and outcomes like patient satisfaction, safety, quality, and financial growth become more important,” says Morehead’s Senior Vice President of Science and Research, Barbara Reilly, PhD. “This year, we see physicians rating hospital administration’s efforts more highly than their execution on strategic initiatives, with efficient cooperation between departments continuing to be a low-scoring area.”

Morehead’s national healthcare database includes physician and employee engagement data from hundreds of thousands of U.S. healthcare workers, including those at 45% of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals, and four Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipients. Morehead recently released their annual report on employee engagement, “The State of Employee Engagement: 2011 in Review,” which is also available for download at MoreheadAssociates.com.

About Morehead:

Morehead is a market leader in providing surveys, research, and consulting services to the healthcare industry for the purpose of creating an engaged workforce. Morehead has more than 30 years experience and offers products and expertise built on robust data and norms from their substantial client base of hospitals and healthcare systems. The Charlotte based company is known for its superior customer service and partnerships with clients nationwide. Morehead’s focus is helping clients drive quality-focused, cost-effective, and patient-centered healthcare through an engaged workforce.

For more information, visit http://www.MoreheadAssociates.com or stay connected with Morehead via the Morehead Blog (http://www.MoreheadAssociates.com/blog)







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Question by Osiris’ Goldmember: When it comes to assessing the pros/cons of the healthcare bill who’s opinons do you give more weight?
The opinions of physicians?

http://www.investors.com/NewsAndAnalysis/Article.aspx?id=506199

Or politicians?

Spare me in pointing out that the AMA backed this plan. I’ll just go ahead and quote the article:

“Nowhere in the Times story does it say doctors as a whole back the overhaul. It says only that the AMA — the “association representing the nation’s physicians” and what “many still regard as the country’s premier lobbying force” — is “lobbying and advertising to win public support for President Obama’s sweeping plan.”

The AMA, in fact, represents approximately 18% of physicians and has been hit with a number of defections by members opposed to the AMA’s support of Democrats’ proposed health care overhaul.”
For the low attention span folk out there who won’t click the link and read the article, I spell it out for you: most major polls show that the majority of physicians think that this bill will harm the overall quality of the nation’s healthcare.

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My own. lol.

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New Hampshire is joining a growing national trend in allowing pharmacists to give more vaccinations than annual flu shots — but doctors oppose the changes in what appears to be a turf war over a profitable aspect of medical care.

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Obama endorses blueprint to give states more say on health plans
Brian Hughes Examiner Staff Writer President Obama has endorsed a blueprint on health care that would allow states to implement their own plans in lieu of a federal mandate if they meet rigid coverage and cost guidelines, a key concession to governors opposed to Obamacare. The president made the announcement at the White House on Monday before a gathering of the states’ chief executives …
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Republicans face another Obama roadblock on health care
President Barack Obama once promised that negotiations over his health care overhaul would be carried out openly, in front of TV cameras and microphones. Tell that to the White House now.
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White House Rebuffs GOP on Health Records
Remember Obama pledge to hold health care talks in the open? Tell that to White House now
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In a defiant last stand against a newly passed health care overhaul, opponents are trying everything they can to stop it from becoming the law of the land.

Republicans in the Senate are planning parliamentary maneuvers to keep a companion bill from reaching the president’s desk. And lawmakers in at least 30 states are working to prevent what they say is an unconstitutional mandate forcing Americans to have health insurance.

Experts say none of it is likely to work, but it will keep the issue, and the outrage, alive until Election Day.

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I don’t understand it. What are the Pros and Cons for the American People as a whole? Can someone point me to some good sites to read and to analyze the Health Care Reform? Please don’t give your biased opinion. I am writing a paper for college for History class. Thanks ahead for your help and time.

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