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Surgery Center of OK
Free market-loving, price-displaying, state-of-the-art, AAAHC accredited, doctor owned, multispecialty surgical facility in central OK.
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Simon 21h
Exactly. Pretty much 's case and business model.
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Surgery Center of OK 8h
Replying to @JawBreakingNews
We have corrective jaw surgery prices (all-inclusive) on our website. Hopefully more will provide "out the door" pricing for this patient population! GKS
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Surgery Center of OK 14h
& Jay Kempton...These men are the mavericks of .” Follow the link to read the full article from
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HEALTHCAREONOMICS Jul 17
TELL ME AGAIN how "Medicare For All" would provide everyone with the health care that they need?
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BenRushInstitute Jul 16
To Government: Let the market be free...if you dare.
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epobirs Jul 14
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TheMister Jul 14
TheFreeMarket improves service and lowers costs EVERY SINGLE TIME
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Doctor Money Matters Jul 14
I did a Doctor Money Matters podcast with the founder of . This model is what is needed in healthcare. Taking the middlemen out helps patients and doctors and reduces costs. Talk about a win-win for everyone but the insurance companies.
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Surgery Center of OK Jul 14
And "insurance" won't buy at my price, preferring to skim "commision" from a false discount off "savings" achieved. Uncle Sam has enabled all these bankrupting scams. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Jul 11
In addition to DPC practice, doctors could participate in "lodge" model described in David Beito's brilliant book on Mutual Aid Societies. An additional fee/month grants access to care to those who choose to participate in the large group. GKS
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Dutch Rojas Jul 11
Hahaha! We leave that up to the physicians! Only work with physician owned facilities. The lowest and best is always and the highest are in Downtown SF and Manhattan at 30k. Still less than half the national average.
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Surgery Center of OK Jul 9
Uncle Sam/Insurance carries/(most) hospitals form the trinity of the healthcare syndicate/cartel, none reliably acting even indirectly in the individual patient's interest. GKS
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David Balat Jul 9
Yet thats exactly what happens in those other countries you tout. I’ve been invited to many of them to develop privatized healthcare when the UHC fails to deliver. The evidence is clear. Free market is best when govt and corporatized industries get out of way
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Richard Kube Jul 7
Free markets always drive value. The naysayers like to create a narrative based upon actions of a few bad apples. However, bad apples exist throughout the system including the "not for profits". Beauty of the free market is that the bad apple finds it hard to remain in business.
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Surgery Center of OK Jul 3
We've been working w a hospital that charges reasonably for ER visits. The key is for each and every interaction to be mutually beneficial. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Jul 3
Thank you, Tim. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Jul 3
Many thanks to Dr. for applying his hard hitting and clever writing style in the interest of furthering the revolution in the industry. I hope you enjoy his article in Medical Economics as much as I did.
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Surgery Center of OK Jul 3
And to the extent that the market has been thwarted by government intervention, you are correct. In every industry where the market is operational, prices trend lower and quality soars. We have government at all levels to thank for an anemic medical marketplace. GKS
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Surgery Center of OK Jul 3
Prices are but signals the market sends to buyers indicating surpluses or shortages of goods and services. Prices must be variable and flexible in order to minimize surpluses and shortages. Top-down, dictated pricing is always incorrect with predictable results. GKS
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Brandon Dutcher Jul 2
Patient wanting to schedule surgery: "What is your wait time?" .: "When did you eat last?"
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