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Evan Elizalde 4h
I've always thought getting a healthcare related service before knowing the cost was backwards. Small step in a much needed overhaul!
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Brad Cromes 5h
No American should go bankrupt due to medical debt. We have a moral obligation to do better.
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Workforcenews 2h
This morning's livestream session with experts starts in 10 minutes! You can watch these interviews on our homepage: Several people will be speaking to us this next hour including , and more!
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Citizen Health 2h
"Americans pay nearly twice as much for health care as other developed countries do — and it isn’t getting them better treatment or leading to longer, healthier lives."
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Jennifer F Hendricks 3h
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Reform CON Now 8h
When NC relaxed CON laws in 2005 for ASCs to perform colonoscopies, screenings increased by 28%.
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Lyn Diefenderfer, MD Jun 23
Dear congress, stop punishing hospitals by refusing pay for Medicare patients who are readmitted. I can’t help that a 90yo gets sick again in 30days 🙄 you are making us discharge people who need help
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New York State Bleeding Disorders Coalition 22h
Most Americans want Knowing the different options can help you make an informed choice
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Reform CON Now Jun 22
Should the gov't decide which communities need health care services? We don't think so.
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Reform CON Now Jun 24
CON regulations give government the final say on the medical decisions that should be between you + your doctor.
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Reform CON Now Jun 24
Because of current CON laws, North Carolinians are paying more for routine, outpatient procedures.
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Reform CON Now Jun 17
Why ? NC hospital costs are currently 10% higher than the national average.
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Suzanne Minarcine Jun 21
You seek care at an in-network hospital in an emergency situation, only to find yourself with$80k in medical bills for out of network doctors?
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Haley Lynn Jun 24
All I want in is equal opportunities despite what disease inhabits my body. Cause currently that’s not the case.
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Stacie Wiggins Jun 23
U.S has the most expensive health care system, the same treatments & medicines that other countries offer yet the cost is so high. We need a Seen a women in labor catch a taxi to the hospital because of ambulance costs! This is jeopardizing lives!
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Steph Jun 20
Replying to @stephskinneer
We have a system that will eventually collapse on the backs of sick people, and we have ample warning and time to change this, but there likely will be no change any time soon. Until then, everyone with chronic illnesses will continue to suffer.
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Graham Clark Jun 18
Just finished open enrollment this morning. That’s also another way to say I’m done arguing with my wife about how hard & in which position we’d like to be fucked by the insurance industry.
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Reform CON Now Jun 21
Did you know — states with CON have 11% higher health care costs than states with no CON.
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Reform CON Now Jun 17
Today in NC, governments decide what communities need help, NOT health care providers. Let doctors and patients decide what their communities need.
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