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I would NEVER become a doctor if I had the opportunity to do it all over again. The daily frustrations and paperwork is too much. Bigfoot And Into The Forest I Go 3d hoodie. I don’t have much hope the situation is going to get better either. I voted for Bernie in 2016 and again this year and that’s all the hope I can muster. Listen to this all you folks who supposedly love your private health insurance, your premiums, co-pays, deductibles, not being able to go out of network and wondering how we are going to pay for Medicare for all. We’ll do it because it’s the right, unselfish and humane thing to do and it the long run it will be less hassle and expense for everybody.
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Doctors should not deal with health insurance companies. WE should deal with health insurance companies. Bigfoot And Into The Forest I Go 3d hoodie. The Doctors will have to give us the Bill, disclose their pricing and prices for different procedures and WE should deal with the insurance companies. How many generations of so called responsible adults have been able to make capitalism stand on the works of the current generations? Without reaching into their children’s pocket for their greed. What many fail to realize is that Medicare for All does not mean the Medicare that seniors currently have which I agree is not great. It is a term to define Universal healthcare. Many act as though we currently have a choice when insurance is tied to whatever your employer chooses to offer, with enormous deductibles and still very high copayments and premiums on addition to (in many cases) a requirement to uses only the providers on that insurances list. Just to name a few. Add up all of that for your family for a year and see what that cost is. Even if you do premiums alone and never go to the doctor it adds up to quite a bit. Read the actual bill before you jump to conclusions.