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Old 02-18-2020, 11:14 PM
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Default Re: The Real Problem With America's Healthcare System

Originally Posted by cnredd View Post
One big problem is the forms, rules, and administration...

The Average Hospital Administrator Salary is $86,789...That's more than most (if not all) of the nurses...

The work hours lost due to paperwork is mind-boggling, the only reason it's this way is due to government interference
Wait a second, what do you think all the bureaucrats administering Medicare for all will cost? In addition to jobs for life no matter what they do like the ones at the VA that buried applications for care so they'd get their bonus. The more paperwork and regulations they create the bigger staff they need, the more staff the more supervisors, the more supervisors the more managers.

Government always increases costs.
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