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Quarterly Review – January 2021 Feature Article: A Basic Low Cost Recommended HealthCare Plan Only Hospital care, Surgical care, Trauma and Emergency care require major medical insurance. Pay cash for your basic outpatient health care and save three-fourths of the cost of insurance. Pay cash for all office care up to your deductible with insurance […]
V. President Biden and Kamala Harris are for killing this baby
If you’re too late for your abortion, President elect Biden and Vice President elect Harris will allow you to kill your baby after birth and you won’t be charged with homicide. Read more Feedback . . . Subscribe to HealthPlanUSA . . .
Characteristics and Outcomes of 21 Critically Ill Patients With COVID-19 in Washington State
Research Letter: March 19, 2020: One of the first Scientific Articles on COVID & ARDS Matt Arentz, MD1; Eric Yim, MD2; Lindy Klaff, MD2; et al Author Affiliations Article Information JAMA. Published online March 19, 2020. doi:10.1001/jama.2020.4326 The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and the disease it causes, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), is an emerging health threat.1 Until February 2020, […]
Basic Ambulatory Medical Care is Not Insurable.
We have become so accustomed to having all of medical care covered by insurance. The evidence indicates that if we paid for our basic ambulatory care personally, instead of paying through our health insurance program, we would save 47 percent of our costs. That’s a huge savings. However, we seldom hear of this side of […]
1. Featured Article: The Transformation of the American Hospital
The American Hospital: from volunteer charity to tax-exempt patronage pit. By Craig M. Wax, DO, Med Economics Blog, BusinessPresented at the annual meeting of the AAPS, Sept 20 19 Prior to the founding of the United States in 1776, the first hospital in the 13 colonies was founded in Philadelphia in 1751. Pennsylvania hospital, which […]
1. Featured Article: The Initial Encounter with Eyes Wide Open
The Initial Encounter with Eyes Wide Open For all the importance we place on words, whether spoken or written, much of the communicating we do on a regular basis comes through body language. According to pioneering research by Dr. Albert Mehrabian, only (7) seven percent of the meaning we derive from human communication comes from […]
The Crown Jewel of ObamaCare Failures
Greg Scandlen explains the irrationality of the individual mandate. Now we get to the biggest failure of them all — the individual mandate. The premise was simple: If people aren’t buying what they should (in this case, health insurance), pass a law telling them they have to, and they will. Presto, Change-o problem solved! Now, […]
New York Now Authorizes Killing This Newborn Baby!
Legislating Infanticide ~ Legalizing Murder The desire to avoid deeply disturbing realities by ducking into some alternate mental universe is a natural human reaction. The political vitriol coupled with the awful implications of the things we see and hear on any given day makes looking for some emotional escape hatch almost irresistible. Believe me, I would […]
The purpose of the university is no longer the pursuit of knowledge
By Heather Mac Donald The diversity bureaucracy has finally swallowed an entire college. San Diego State University has just named to its presidency a vice chancellor of student affairs and campus diversity, hired from the University of California, Davis. The new SDSU president, Adela de la Torre, is a peerless example of the intersection of […]
The Modern Potemkin Village
Electronic Medical Records: The Potemkin Village of Healthcare By Gerard J. Gianoli, M.D. We don’t work for any insurance company. We work only for you, the patient. Legend has it that in 1787 Grigory Potemkin erected a fake portable settlement along the banks of the Dnieper River in order to fool Empress Catherine II during […]