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characters Overcharged: Why Americans Pay Too Much For Health Care è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Nt for services that weren't delivered Why isthan 1 trillion one out of every three dollars that passes through the system lost to fraud wasted on services that don't help patients or misspent What are the causes of spiraling costs mediocre uality and limited accessOvercharged details how the answers to these uestions are connected and reveals a system that performs as if it had been. This is a fantastic review of the multiple problems that beset American Health care from a position that doesn t pretend the right answer is easy obvious or necessarily governmental Although I don t agree with all of their assertions it is one of the few books I have read that has actually changed my mind about something I thought I was well informed on specifically the reasons and benefits of the drug pricing model in the USI recommend this book for anyone interested in health care economics

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characters Overcharged: Why Americans Pay Too Much For Health Care è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Designed to spend as much money as it can and to be as confusing and unfriendly as possible with no accountability Overcharged then exhaustively details real reforms showing how health care can becomeefficient and pro consumer when it is subjected to the competitive forces that apply to the rest of the economy and will only get better and cheaper when consumers exert pressure from bel. I read this book because I m five months from Social Security and Medicare It s astounding how many sectors of our economy are driven by corruption and inefficiency by government interference My former industry of real estate and finance is another good example The authors hit the bullseye that consumers drive the free market to efficiency when they have to personally write the check instead of relying on third parties for payments of goods and services

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characters Overcharged: Why Americans Pay Too Much For Health Care è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Overcharged is just what the doctor ordered Jeffrey S Flier MD former dean Harvard Medical SchoolWhy is the American health care system so dysfunctional and expensive Why does the EpiPen containing 1 worth of medicine cost 600 Why do hospitalized patients receive bills laden with inflated and surprise charges that come out of the blue from out of network providers or that demand payme. I must confess I m usually not an eager reader of Cato Institute publications Many of them come off as overly wonkish Chamber of Commerce approved reports But I had heard good things about Charles Silver s and David A Hyman s new book Overcharged Why Americans Pay Too Much for Health Care and decided to give it a good cover to cover read I m glad I didIt is easy to get angry reading this book I m sure my blood pressure increased a few points as they went through their litany of examples of fraud waste and abuse across both public Medicare Medicaid and private insurance systems But it is an argument that must be made and that everyone should hear Our system of 3rd party payers desensitizes healthcare consumers to costs and encourages over consumption This is encouraged by political control over the public programs which is captured by the healthcare industry to maximize the amount of taxpayers dollars transferred to this sector The end result is the overly costly system we have today It is working by designThe solution The authors propose a range of approaches from the Singaporean model of mandatory personal health savings accounts topped of by government contributions for the poor a system of prizes for new drug development instead of patents spurring market based competition from private hospitals and clinics domestic and international the Surgery Center of Oklahoma and the Narayana Health Hospital in Bangalore both get props and in general focusing on 1st party individual spending for routine and predictable medical expenses from band aids to pregnancies reserving 3rd party insurance for truly unforeseen catastrophic casesOf course the authors drive home the point that the medicare for all option being discussed in some circles today would just double down on failure I d highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to win the argument the next time their Facebook friends spout off about the supposed virtues of such an expansionOne last thing The book aside from the importance of the argument it makes is a damn good read as well It is well organized keeps a good pace the examples are vivid and memorable and in general it keeps the reader s attention

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  • 20 October 2019
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