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Running head: COST OF HEALTHCARE 1 Cost of Healthcare Antonia Livingston HCA210 June 17,2010 Carolyn Iney
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COST OF HEALTHCARE 2 Cost of Healthcare There are so many reasons that the cost of healthcare has increased so that it’s hard for people to get insurance. Three causes for the increasing cost of healthcare are Insurance company costs, Government restrictions, and hospital and pharmaceutical costs. Insurance company that choose what they want to cover for the patient’s to see a physician. They also deny legitimate claims that the patient or doctor’s office submit’s for treatment. This means that the doctors have a hard time collecting the payments and then they lose out on being able to give the patient the care that they need and deserve. The government has placed restrictions on how and who sells or disputes medical and pharmaceutical supplies. When the government interferes with the insurance companies it tends to cost the tax payer more money because they are not making programs that are good enough to help the American people. The plans that the
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This note was uploaded on 08/11/2010 for the course HCA 220 AAGH0R7BB1 taught by Professor Loftin during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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