More dangerous speculation from Fox's Steve Hilton and his guests, Lisa Boothe, Jason Chaffetz and Sara Carter on the severity of the coronavirus pandemic.
Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Not only do I still owe approximately $33,000 from last year's emergency room treatment (including $1000 for the ambulance ride), I was misdiagnosed -- possibly on purpose, to avoid
After opening up this segment with something I could have done without, which is carrying a bit of water for the Fox/Romney theme that President Obama is somehow not doing his job or spending enough time talking to world leaders because he didn't have any one on one meetings while the United Nations was in town and heaven forbid he spent a part of his day appearing on The View, therefore he should be losing this election, he manged to get some good jabs in on Mittens and the GOP clown show he ran against in the primaries.
Mitt Romney's appearance on 60 Minutes Sunday night was generally awful. Between making the asinine claim that emergency rooms provide adequate health care for the uninsured to his assertion that he could drop tax rates by 20 percent without
“Well, we do provide care for people who don’t have insurance. If someone has a heart attack, they don’t sit in their apartment and die. We pick them up in an ambulance, and take them to the hospital, and give them care. And different states have different ways of providing for that care.”
Minnesota's attorney general chalks up a big win for emergency room patients, particularly those needing medical treatment and cannot afford it. The NYT reports: Accretive Health, one of the nation’s largest collectors of medical debt,
Watch Dollars and Dentists on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE. Dental care in America divides people into two camps: those who can afford regular preventive care and cleanings, and those who can’t. In 2011, 33.3 million people in the
(Emergencies are the same, but the arm and the leg are different.) While I'm digging up material on Medicare (back to 1964), I ran across this documentary from NBC Radio and their monthly Second Sunday series, outlining the state of Health
Mitt Romney apparently doesn't think anyone is responsible for their bill after they leave an emergency room. Here's his response after Mike Barnicl
I don't know why people are so determined to ignore this. As someone who's had pneumonia, trust me, it's not an experience you want to have. I was luc
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