SHARE Friday, November 9, 2007 New England Journal of Medicine Sees A Way to Reduce Healthcare Costs
We must address the rising cost of healthcare if we are going to find a way to cover the nearly 50 million uninsured Americans. The solution, according to the New England Journal of Medicine, lies in attacking the for-profit motive of the healthcare industry, not in taking away rights from injured victims of medical mistakes.
(3 comments) SHARE Friday, February 9, 2007 Bush Again Buying Into Propaganda From Insurance Companies
Bush is again prostituting himself to the business and insurance lobby, at the expense of injured patients, claiming that we need relief from frivolous lawsuits. He refuses to look at the real numbers and data, and ignores the damage to people that is occurring every day.
SHARE Wednesday, September 6, 2006 Medical Errors and the Litigious Patient
Those innocent victims of healthcare error should not have to give away the right to trial by jury just because some insurance company claims that it is losing too much money. The medical system causes hundreds of thousands of deaths each year, and the best way to reduce the cost of healthcare is to reduce the cost of treating those injuries, not taking away the rights of the injured victims.