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Scenario A. Scenario B. This access to information coupled with the lack of offices, created a flat structure where any idea could win the day.
Recall in Sicko when this insured lady had gone through medical treatment, and a few weeks later her health insurance company retro actively cancelled her insurance coverage. She was left with thousands of dollars in medical bills, which she thought she only had to pay a reasonable co-insurance or copay for. Her insurance company yanked her coverage because of lack of full medical history disclosure. Of a yeast infection, specifically.
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It was completely unrelated to her medical treatment. Who knew a treatable and fairly common infection could pull a startling surprise and pummel another American into deeper and insurmountable financial debt. Surely, medical history disclosure at the time of application is the common commercial insurance practice to keep away people already known to seek expensive treatments. The incentive to make profit off of premiums is to not pay out claim expenses. Insurance companies rely on the applicant to list all previously diagnosed illnesses, common, severe, and even cured from.
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Then the company begins cherry-picking their applicants only to admit the healthiest applicants. You know you are guilty of cherry picking too.
You pick the shiniest, reddest, and plumpest cherry. Oh this rule applies to lemons and apples too.
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Your entire grocery trip in fact. Most people do not have the intention of bilking insurance companies of coverage fraud. How often will a woman recall her yeast infection from her wild, sexy, and roaring twenties?
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Yeast infections are so common that self-diagnosis and over-the-counter medicine will prevent mars on perfect medical histories. The incentives appear to reward the healthiest, the sickest that never seek professional diagnosis and treatment, or the smart evasive ones that get cures from over-the-counter drugs or from a doctor friend with a loose prescription pad.
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Truly sick, indeed. In case you are curious of the per capita health care expense ranked by State :. Wow, I have been MIA for several months. These are the same issues we faced 5 years ago. How are we going to move forward in health care?