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Are the Uninsured Getting a Free Ride?

Wakefield2 Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 10:33 AM
So, it would seem the issue now is back in the government study's court again regarding THEIR integrity in this regard.
In response to:

Are the Uninsured Getting a Free Ride?

Wakefield2 Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 10:33 AM
So, it would seem the issue now is back in the government study's court again regarding THEIR integrity in this regard.
In response to:

Are the Uninsured Getting a Free Ride?

Wakefield2 Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 10:32 AM
"Prior research examining the magnitude of uncompensated care costs estimates that the uninsured used in the range of $56 to $73 billion dollars of health care that they did not pay for in 2008, with about 2/3 of this amount attributed to hospital care" ___________________________________________________ 66% of $73 billion is $49 billion, hombre. The 2/3 rds part is exactly in line with Goodman's claim, based on the study's numbers. So, that's the upper range estimate from this government study, which in turn got it's numbers from a couple of pro-socialized meds advocacy groups. The Goodman numbers were reported correctly since he was focusing on the hospital bills for purposes here of talking about uncompensated care and "cost shifting
In response to:

Are the Uninsured Getting a Free Ride?

Wakefield2 Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 10:32 AM
"Prior research examining the magnitude of uncompensated care costs estimates that the uninsured used in the range of $56 to $73 billion dollars of health care that they did not pay for in 2008, with about 2/3 of this amount attributed to hospital care" ___________________________________________________ 66% of $73 billion is $49 billion, hombre. The 2/3 rds part is exactly in line with Goodman's claim, based on the study's numbers. So, that's the upper range estimate from this government study, which in turn got it's numbers from a couple of pro-socialized meds advocacy groups. The Goodman numbers were reported correctly since he was focusing on the hospital bills for purposes here of talking about uncompensated care and "cost shifting
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Are the Uninsured Getting a Free Ride?

Wakefield2 Wrote: Dec 13, 2012 10:31 AM
"Prior research examining the magnitude of uncompensated care costs estimates that the uninsured used in the range of $56 to $73 billion dollars of health care that they did not pay for in 2008, with about 2/3 of this amount attributed to hospital care" ___________________________________________________ 66% of $73 billion is $49 billion, hombre. The 2/3 rds part is exactly in line with Goodman's claim, based on the study's numbers. So, that's the upper range estimate from this government study, which in turn got it's numbers from a couple of pro-socialized meds advocacy groups. The Goodman numbers were reported correctly since he was focusing on the hospital bills for purposes here of talking about uncompensated care and "cost shifting
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