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ABC News: Hey, This Doctor Shortage Could "Crash" Obamacare

funnything2012 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:39 AM
The company made $1.2 billion in revenue last yer, with total operating expenses of $1.131 billion and a gross profit of $87 million. Using Schnatter's estimate that healthcare reform would cost his company $5 to 8 million more annually, Forbes magazine said providing healthcare translated into a .4 percent to .7 percent increase in the price of a pizza. "For the sake of argument, let's say that Papa John's sells exactly half medium/half large specialty pizzas. Averaging the ranges for both sizes, then averaging that product yields a .86 percent price increase -- less than 1 percent -- well outside the range of what Schnatter said health insurance would cost," Forbes magazine said. "So how much would prices go up, under these 50/50 condit
funnything2012 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:40 AM
of large and medium pizzas if they were to fairly reflect the increased cost of doing business onset by Obamacare? Roughly 3.4 to 4.6 cents a pie," about one-third of Schnatter's estimate, Forbes said.

Read more: http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2012/11/14/Forbes-Papa-Johns-ACA-cost-5-cents/UPI-54101352940627/#ixzz2CJIWgBmF
Libs_Are_UsefulIdiots Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:42 AM
That has NOTHING to do with why Papa Johns is cutting all their employees to PART TIME.

Nice try though.
Free_Markets_Free_People Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:42 AM
Is anyone else getting hungry? I'm getting hungry.
bbtruth Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:47 AM
Keep trying to justify the immoral Obamacare. Reality doesn't give a damn about what you think is right.
funnything2012 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:48 AM
Of Course it does , he said that he will cut hours due to increase cost LOL
4.6 cents per pie , and that is too much for him to pass on , inn order to provide insurance
Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:49 AM
He doesn't own all of the Papa John's. Many are franchises.

We warned you and there's nothing you can do now. Hope you like part-time work.

Just in case the unaffordable price tag and rising costs don't quite do the trick, America's spiraling dearth of doctors will contribute heavily to the collapse of our re-engineered health care system, according to a new study:
 

The United States will require at least 52,000 more family doctors in the year 2025 to keep up with the growing and increasingly older U.S. population, a new study found. The predictions also reflect the passage of the Affordable Care Act -- a change that will expand health insurance coverage to an additional 38 million Americans. "The health care...