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The guy in the Anacin ad must be doing what I’ve been doing for the last two days.
Trying to get a grip on healthcare reform.
That alone is enough to give you a migraine.
There is so much information and conjecture and opinion and debate, cialis canada it is difficult to know where to start.
Who gets covered? What gets covered? Who pays? Who decides the charges? Who decides the fees? Who has an agenda: political, cialis canada financial or otherwise? Private or public plan?
And the most important question of all: Who is fighting for what is best for the patient?
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Okay, cialis canada so I’ve come up with some foundations; these are things that I feel must be at the heart of any health care reform debate:
1. Cialis canada Every citizen must have health care coverage.
2. Every citizen needs to own their health care coverage.
3. There should be a choice between private and public plans.
4. Every citizen must be able to choose between a private or a public plan and switch between as necessary.
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Cialis canada We don’t have to invent the wheel here. Cialis canada Other countries have gone before us; there are models of universal coverage we can study.
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Probably the easiest way to tackle health care is from a personal angle.
I just found out what my COBRA payment would be if I left my job tomorrow.
I’m hoping my jaw heals before I go to work on Thursday.
But that’s a topic for the next post.