Stolen Money, Stolen Health by Lydell Lettsome

Stolen Money, Stolen Health

byLydell Lettsome

Kobo ebook | December 17, 2014

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Americans have been led to believe that uncontrolled costs and waste are destroying their healthcare system. This is not true. Costs and waste are merely smokescreens. Greed and profit margins drive the American healthcare system. Together they have been used to block Americans from having a more accessible, equitable, and higher performing system of health care delivery. Indeed, many other countries are able to provide decent, affordable care without going bankrupt. Meanwhile the United States provides expensive care to a limited population at tremendous cost to the government. Stolen Money, Stolen Health shows the pitfalls of the current U.S. healthcare practices and presents the key issues of the healthcare debate in clear, straightforward language. It answers the following questions:

• What are the most readily fixable problems in American health care?

• What cost-containing reforms actually promote the health and wellness of Americans?

• What is universal health care—really—and why is it such a hot button topic? What are the myths and realities of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act?

• What can the average citizen do to help achieve meaningful reform that improves our health outcomes? • What does “cost” really mean to you?

Ultimately, Stolen Money, Stolen Health explains why health care reform should be viewed as a moral issue, not an economic one, while dispelling the myths that treating everyone will lead America to economic ruin.

Title:Stolen Money, Stolen HealthFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 17, 2014Publisher:Lydell LettsomeLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990049732844

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