Saturday, March 03, 2012

States should study spending before picking benefits, report says - latimes.com

Proponents of reform are optimistic that extending coverage to the uninsured can help lower overall healthcare costs by offering them more preventive services and avoiding costlier hospital visits. But government-run programs and private health plans have struggled for years to slow spending on expensive medical tests, new prescription drugs and advances in technology.

States should study spending before picking benefits, report says - latimes.com

“Free Contraception” but let us slow the spending on advances in technology or new drugs please. The nightmare that’s politicized healthcare in the hands of social engineers unfolds.

The most technologically innovative country the worlds yet seen. America’s lead the way in new therapies to wipeout killer diseases, and we’ll chuck it all in a quest for low costs and free contraceptives which are already widely available and inexpensive anyways.

What a tragic disaster.

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