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Unformatted text preview: With the matter of companies having to provide insurance or offer it to their employees this is just a money matter. Most companies will cut the hours so that individual cannot get the insurance and they have to pick up another job that will do the same thing which will also cut them out of government insurance because they will make too much money. It is a never ending battle. If there were a standard insurance to pay for the basic care needs and people had to pay for extra insurance I feel this would work better but then we would start to see less hospitals and clinics and see more private practices who could turn around and deny your insurance. I say this because with Medicare and Medicaid the doctors have to charge only what the government is willing to pay for treatments and they end up losing a lot of money so that is why a lot of them do not accept Medicare and Medicaid insurance. They simply do not want to follow the guidelines of the government. This will also defer a lot of new doctors from practicing Medicine because they will make less money. So where do we really draw the line with insurance, doctors and the government? 2. After you have reviewed the cases that are posted in the "Cases" thread for Week 2 please select one and explain why you agree, or disagree with the decision.select one and explain why you agree, or disagree with the decision....
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- Spring '13
- Government, False Claims Act, government insurance, it. Insurance policies