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Question by What goes comes around: Do Cons really care about you and whats in this health care reform bill?
if they did they would of worked on a health reform bill way back when they were in control under the BUSH admin. But cons knew that their health care plan would have never passed and also the “people” would have not liked it.

Come on people CONS want to be elected in 2010. The Obama Health Care reflects from Cons winning in 2010.

It does not take a rocket scientist to figure this one out!

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Answer by Shovel Ready
Cons, as you call them, had excellent healthcare proposals, none of which is in the current legislation.

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Question by mtq3691: How does US military health care really work?
I want to know how US military health care really works. Are there long waiting lines up to a month long and is it good as health care that normal civilians get? Are there differences between active duty and veteran health care?

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Answer by SpArKy
The military health care is threw Tricare (www.tricare.mil) It pays for military personal (or their family) like insurance. If your actually getting treated my a military medic its not as long of a wait as civilian people, but its not as effeciant (and allot more painful!)

Veterans usually also get tricare, where they are seen by civilain doctors, just the GOV pays for it

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Hanover Park, IL (PRWEB) January 10, 2012

With forthcoming Supreme Court PPACA hearing in March and an expected decision in June or July, 2012, ERISAclaim.com offers Webinars to discuss what really matters to the doctors and hospitals in their reimbursement rights: not much as you thought or much more than you thought, what must doctors and hospitals do NOW for their insurance reimbursements with or without PPACA.

If every American is insured but without reimbursement rights for doctors and hospitals, the more patients you see and the less you get paid, the faster you go broke, as recently reported by CNNMoney and AMA, says Dr. Jin Zhou, president of ERISAclaim.com, a national expert on PPACA and ERISA appeals and compliance.

The Webinar will focus on the Supreme Court PPACA development and the real impact on reimbursement rights for doctors and hospitals, rather than pure political and academic marathon debates:

According to the U.S. Supreme Courts Website, PPACA hearing is scheduled for March 27-28, 2012. A decision is expected as early as June or July 2012. The high Court will decide on whether the PPACAs individual mandate and Medicaid expansion will be constitutional, and if unconstitutional, whether they are severable from the entire PPACA. The high Court will likely decide (1) to uphold entire PPACA, (2) throw out the entire PPACA or (3) throw out individual mandate and/or Medicare expansion. To follow-up this important Supreme Court activities, please visit Supreme Court website:

http://www.supremecourt.gov/orders/courtorders/111411zor.pdf

http://www.supremecourt.gov/docket/PDFs/120811zr.pdf

The Supreme Court landmark PPACA decision will certainly change U.S. healthcare history politically and economically. However no matter what the Court decides on PPACA, a.k.a. ObamaCare, the specific impact for the reimbursement rights on claim denials for doctors and hospitals will not be as much as the majority expected, because PPACA adopted 36-year-old federal law ERISA in its entirety for internal appeals and endorsed existing NAIC External Appeal Model for PPACA external appeals, and ERISA governs more than 80% of healthcare claims outside Medicare and Medicaid market. Not much realized by the majority, the Supreme Court decision in CIGNA v. Amara on May 16, 2011 has truly and dramatically changed the reimbursement rights for doctors and hospitals with unprecedented remedies, the protections sought for by Patient Bill Of Rights campaign for decades, explained Dr. Zhou.

So, What Will Be the Real Impact on Reimbursement Rights for Doctors and Hospitals?

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Question by GOD’S REPORTER Crisp Avatar: Have you heard a single Democrat say “I really love this healthcare bill”?

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Answer by Brian
Nope. They all say that it is better than nothing (which is questionable)..

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Will this bill just clog this system, how does it affect people who already have insurance, how does it affect future doctors, how is this supposed to help make insurance affordable, and how on earth is adding millions of new patients to an already strained medical system supposed to improve the quality of healthcare received? Furthermore, I heard that doctors salaries would be decreased as a result of this, is this true?

I think health insurance is pretty fair and competitive enough as it is. I mean I have a Rheumatoid Arthritis and need to give myself shots once a week which cost $1,500 a shot and I only have a $9 copay on that and it is just basic military insurance. Tri-Care prime…(they’re a pain to deal with but they pay nearly everything)..It would seem Drug companies and Malpractice lawsuits (which i think should be outlawed except for when someone majorly botches something, people should assume theres an element of risk involved in medicine.) Theres no discouragement from suing so malpractice is basically a lottery, I know doctors who pay half their salary just for malpractice insurance…Also, I think emergency healthcare is a right but basic healthcare is a privilege. It would be nice if all 300million Americans had it but that just isn’t realistic. As for pay, doctors go to college and internships for 12-20+ years depending on what field they’re in. They don’t get paid nearly enough money for what they put into it as it is already. Sorry this is so long and please try to stick to the facts as much as possible. Thanks for your input.

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