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THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRACKS THAT AINT CHEAP! LIVING IN THE PAST DOCTOR GADGETS SHOW ME THE MONEY FOR THE OLD FOLKS $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
THIS IS AMERICAS BIGGEST HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE PROGRAM.
THIS NORTH-AMERICAN NATION SPENDS THE MOST ON HEALTH CARE AS A PERCENTAGE OF GDP.
THE EUROPEAN COUNTRY BOASTS PUBLIC HEALTH INSURANCE FOR 100% OF ALL LEGAL RESIDENTS. AND THEY ALL LOUVRE IT.
OUT OF ALL MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZATION FOR ECONOMIC CO- OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT, THIS COUNTRY HAS THE HIGHEST INFANT MORTALITY RATE.
ITS NOT SURPRISING THAT DICTORS SALARIES EXCEEDING $200,000 PER YEAR AFFECT THIS MAJOR INDICATOR OF AMERICAS ECONOMIC WELL BEING.
IN THE EARLIEST DECADES OF UNITED STATES HISTORY, THE NATION WAS LACKING IN A FORMAL SYSTEM PROVIDING THIS TO ITS CITIZENS.
NECESSARY FOR MEDICAL CARE, THESE REGULATED FACILITIES WERE DESIGNED TO BE EXPENSIVE.
EFFECTS OF THIS CAUSE UNINSURED PEOPLE TO PAY HIGHER RATES WHILE HEALTH IS POSITIVELY CORRELATED TO INCOME.
A GOOD SOLUTION TO THE RISING COSTS OF HEALTH CARE, THESE INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS CAN BE REGULATED.
IN THIS NATION, EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES SHARE THE COST OF HEALTHCARE EQUALLY.
THIS MAJOR INSURANCE COMPANY BECAME THE FIRST OF ITS KIND IN THE LATE 1930S.
THIS TYPE OF FEDERAL HEALTH INSURANCE IS OFFERED TO PEOPLE OVER THE AGE OF 65.
IN 1912, THIS PRESIDENT WITH TINY ROUND GLASSES MADE NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE A MAJOR PART OF THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY. HE IS ALSO THE NAMESAKE OF POPULAR STUFFED BEARS.
DURING THIS WAR, THE FIRST AMERICAN INSURANCE PLANS BEGAN.
BY 1995, THE GOVERNMENT WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING THIS PERCENTAGE OF HEALTHCARE COSTS.
THIS IS THE INNOVATIVE CRAFT OF BUILDING MOLECULAR-SCALE MACHINES THAT HOLD THE PROMISE OF COMPLETELY NEW TYPES OF DRUGS.
THE NUMBER OF AMERICANS WHO ARE WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE
THIS TYPE OF HEALTHCARE IS RISKY; ALL FUNDS ARE PUT INTO A GIANT POT THAT IS ACCESSABLE TO ALL.
THE ANNUAL DOLLAR AMOUNT THAT IS CURRENTLY SPENT ON HEALTHCARE IN THE UNITED STATES.
THIS NEW PROGRAM MAY ISOLATE THE GENETIC ROOTS OF MANY HUMAN DISEASES.
A CRITERION FOR DECIDING WHICH MEDICAL SERVICES OUGHT TO BE PREFORMED; PREFORMED ONLY IF ITS GAIN EXCEEDES ITS FEE.
DIAGNOSTIC TESTS HAVE GROWN MORE EXPENSIVE AND SOPHISTICATED, WHILE COMPLEX PROEDURES HAVE GROWN FAR MORE COMMON, CAUSING A DECREASE IN PLANNED CONSUMER SPENDING.
THE CAUSE OF LOST SURPLUS PICTURED IN THE SHADED AREA BELOW:
A GROUP OF PHYSICIANS WHO PROVIDE HEALTH SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES FOR A FIXED ANNUAL FEE.
WHEN HOSPITAL COSTS ARE FULLY COVERED BY INSURANCE, THE PATIENT SEES THIS COST AS ZERO WHEN, IN FACT, THIS COST IS VERY HIGH.
THIS FORM OF SOCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE IS ALL THE RAGE WITH RETIREES.
THIS GENERATION IS CAUSING THE AVERAGE AGE OF ALL AMERICANS TO INCREASE.
THE SAME YEAR AMERICA FOUND NEMO AND MET JACK SPARROW WAS WHEN THE MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG, IMPROVEMENT, AND MODERNIZATION ACT WAS SIGNED INTO LAW.
THE COVERAGE GAP EXPERIENCED BY MANY ON MEDICARE IS, AT SOME BAKERIES, CALLED A MUNCHKIN.
THIS IS THE MEASURE USED TO DETERMINE ELIGIBLILTY FOR DIFFERENT LEVELS OF PRESCRIPTION DRUG COVERAGE.
INSURANCE THAT PAYS ALL EXPENCES, GENERATED BY THE INSURED ACTIVITY.
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