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Question by I.P.O.C.: Question about health care rights of patients in America?
I live in Missouri and have many medical issues that cause massive amounts of pain, but every time I see a doctor or go to the ER they never give me anything for the pain, why is this?
And do people in America with severe pain have a right to get pain medicine?
I dont have health insurance, I was denied because of pre-existing conditions, but Ive been to the ER and to local walk in clinics and they wont treat me, they just give me a blood test and kick me out and sent me a $ 6000 bill.

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Answer by John J. S
You do not have the right to go to hospitals and ask for pain medications. You start showing up and they immediately go to “Druggie looking for a fix.” Missouri claims only that you have the right to live, not that you have the right to medical treatment and prescription drugs you can not afford.

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To be content, or not to be that is the question? & a update on the microchip!

A prophetic word about contentment, and a news update on the affordable healthcare bill formally known and the HR 3200, which now is the HR 3962. And a audio clip of forealme2 (Jackie jay) singing a new song for the Lord at church.
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GlaxoSmithKline Plc executive German Pasteris is in charge of an Alzheimer’s treatment that is years from reaching the market, if it ever does. But he already wants to make sure the global healthcare system will pay for it.

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Question by amyedobrinski: where can i go to find the answer the health care question about health care information be used?
I need to know the correct answer to this question: Under what circumstances can personal health information be used for purpose unrelated to health care? Hint there should be at least 12 circumstances

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Answer by evalesco
Research, auditing, and evaluation
Individuals involved in medical research, financial or management audits, or program evaluation have access to the medical record. They are not allowed access to any identifying information, however.

Risk of death or harm
Information within the record can be shared with authorities without permission when failure to do so would result in death or harm, either to the patient or to others. Information cannot be used, however, to initiate or substantiate a charge unless the previous criteria are met (ie, information from illicit drug testing cannot be used to bring charges of possession against a patient). This rule was established in the United States Supreme Court case Jaffe v. Redmond[6].
In the United Kingdom, the Data Protection Acts and later the Freedom of Information Act 2000, gave patients or their representatives the right to a copy of their record, except where information breaches confidentiality (e.g. information from another family member or where a patient has asked for information not to be disclosed to third parties) or would be harmful to the patient’s well-being (eg some psychiatric assessments). Also the legislation gives patients the right to check for any errors in their record and insist that amendments be made if required.

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I think pressure will now mount for healthcare organizations to institute teamwork training programs, particularly in their high risk, error-prone areas such as the OR and labor and delivery. As usual, the question will be, Where the …

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people from mexico get free health care when they come to the states illegally .im not ellaglbe for health care because i make 25k a year so i dont have health care DO YOU THINK THIS IS FAIR OR AM I A JERK PLEASE BE HONEST

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when people say that the US spends more on healthcare per person, they are probably discounting the fact that other countries like Canada essentially receive free healthcare [though this is allegedly offset by higher taxes in these countries]. Meanwhile Obama continues to claim that it it is absolutely necessary to invoke some type of reform of the US healthcare system, although any proposed bill would likely [have to] involve raising taxes in lieu of lowering costs, which would consequently lead to inflation and related issues.
Questions: 1] is the cost of healthcare in the US offset in other countries by higher taxes, i.e. higher taxes in those countries equates to the cost of healthcare in the US, and/or [otherwise] is the system in other countries really any better than that of the US?
2] How as he claims will Obama lower the cost of healthcare, without raising taxes which will subsequently lead to inflation and could severely impact the wealth of the US?
3] I know the final proposed bill is in upwards of 2,ooo pages, but will it or has [at least the gist of] it been made available for review by the general public before the final vote in the senate? I would assume the latter is no since the GOP apparently refuses to vote for that very reason, but otherwise I would like to know how I could review any part of the bill. Does anyone know when and/or if the bill will be read aloud as was mentioned previously?

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Hint: It’s not about health care. Ask yourself this question: What is the one health system characteristic every developed country has, except the United.

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During his recent speech before a joint session of congress, Obama stated that he would not sign any (healthcare) bill if it will not save us money now and in the future. But as much as some people may like to believe that will happen, we have to be real here. In all honesty, when was the last time anything interfered with by the federal government came in at a cost LOWER than anticipated? The fact is there are always unexpected costs and fees associated with any government program, which usually come down to taxes. Keep in mind that Obama did not mention anything that would be in the bill about that he would not be allowed to raise taxes (at least not to my knowledge). So while Obama might talk about lowering costs and refusing to sign a bill that doesn’t do so, the reality is it will probably simply appear that costs have been lowered on the surface, while meanwhile there are any number of unforseen costs that will ultimately come down to taxes. An example of this would be occasions where Bush has given speeches indicating how he has “lowered” the cost of things (the war, e.t.c.) although the lower/middle class was being taxed like no tomorrow to foot the bill

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