Prime example of dependency and exploitation, the cornerstones of Corporacracy



Respectfully submitted by Lawrence E. Rafferty(rafflaw)-Guest Blogger

If you have had any medical procedures lately, you may already be aware of the enormous prices being charged by hospitals.  What you may not be aware of is just how expensive this medical treatment is and how relying on private health care may just be reducing our lifespans.  I apologize in advance on the length of the following examples, but they are necessary to understand the enormity of the issue.

“Brill’s article begins with the story of a 42-year-old Ohio man named Sean Recchi, who traveled to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston for treatment of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He and his wife Stephanie had paid $469 a month, or about 20% of their income, for insurance that covered $2,000 per day of hospital costs. His financial troubles started when MD Anderson told him, “We don’t take that kind of discount insurance.”  But…

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