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Hillary Health Care Plan

Take a good look, this is what you will get under Hillary Clinton's health care plan.


Important aspects of the plan:

The plan aimes to cut the number of doctors (called "cost centers") by one quarter in order to cut demand by limiting supply.
The plan aimes to cut costs by cutting the number of specialists in half.
The plan prescribes the following fines:
* $5,000 for refusing to join the government-mandated health plan.

* $5,000 for failing to pay premiums on time.

* 15 years to doctors who received "anything of value" in exchange for helping patients short-circuit the bureaucracy.

* $10,000 a day for faulty physician paperwork.

* $50,000 for unauthorized patient treatment.

* $100,000 a day for drug companies that messed up federal filings.

Will mandate that the Federal Government build a database containing every American's medical records and require all individuals to carry a card containing a chip storing our complete medical history. This information would be available to government officials and researchers without your approval or knowledge.
Will set out to control the number and type of doctors permitted to practice in an geographical area.
A Congressional Budget Office report said the bill would cost more than $1 trillion in the first eight years.
An association of U.S. Hospitals study estimated the plan will add 59 new government offices staffed by 100,000 new bureaucrats.

When a woman complained that she didn't want to get shoved into a plan not of her choosing, she was lectured, "It's time to put the common good, the national interest, ahead of individuals."
When told the plan could bankrupt small businesses, the response, "I can't be responsible for every undercapitalized small business in America."
Other quotes about the plan:

"I have never read an official document that seemed so suffused with coercion and political naivete ... with its drastic prescriptions for controlling the conduct of state governments, employers, drug manufacturers, doctors, hospitals and you and me."
-- Martha Derthick of the University of Virginia

Senator Moynihan said, "The American people got it clear enough…to cut the number of doctors in the country by a quarter…If you have fewer doctors you have fewer doctor bills. But you don't associate it with improving medicine."
Moynihan also noted, this bill aimed to cut costs by cutting "the number of specialists in half." Moynihan vehemently objected, arguing that specialists are a function of science--new discoveries create new specialties. Moynihan, defending New York's teaching hospitals which produce specialists, said, "We are not swamped with specialists; we abound in them. And that is surely the glory of this great moment of medical discovery."






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