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    Re: Obamacare: A Deception - A Detailed Analysis - Paul Craig Roberts

    our family doc started electronic medical records almost two years back , i can log in at home see all my records what a test shows are what ever . i just dont like the idea that all this stuff can an will be hacked , plus i guess this stuff go to dc are some part of the goverment
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    Re: Obamacare: A Deception - A Detailed Analysis - Paul Craig Roberts

    N ot really sure where to post this. But this is what is going to happen to you guys there in the US. In Australia health care insurance is compulsory. If you do not buy any and are employed you pay an annual income tax indexed fine. As I cannot afford health care, I pay the fine. It is just below $1700 PA which is 50% of the cost of health insurance.

    As a result I do not have any co-pay and I have no restrictions other than I can only have shared ward and access to only 1 hospital if it is non neuro or cancer. If it's that, there is another hospital for that. I have to pay 100% of ambulance and 40% of meds $.

    Private insurance offered me: No hospital, 2 dental and 2 optometry to max value $190.00 per annum each. 100% on ambulance if I moved 7 Kms closer to hospital otherwise 40% co pay for 1 journey PA. Nothing on scripts. Annual cost $3700.00.

    In addition to that I would get reamed for an extra 5 - 6 % per annum in increased premiums and decreasing benefits.

    The numbers you guys are looking at are just the starting numbers. But it's ok, they get a committee to rubber stamp the increases so you know it's legit.
    Health Minister Peter Dutton approves rise in private insurance premiums by more than previous increase
    Private health insurance premiums are set to rise in 2014, and by more than they did this year.
    Health Minister Peter Dutton signed off on the increases, to take effect from April 1, 2014, on Monday, with insurance premiums to go up by a weighted average of 6.2 per cent.
    This implies an average increase of $3.86 a week, based on a basic combined family policy.

    Mr Dutton said the early decision would give the 34 insurers who applied for rises certainty going into the new year.

    In 2013, the average premium rise was 5.6 per cent, or about $3.70 a week for families.
    link at the Age

    And you guys are already paying 10X what we do.
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    Re: Obamacare: A Deception - A Detailed Analysis - Paul Craig Roberts

    There is only one way of making health care affordable again...

    Prohibit health insurance. Everyone apart from the Jews would be better off!

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