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Health Insurance Companies’ Bureaucracy

Regarding Health Care


Examples of items that are part of the complexities of U.S. health care financing.

  • Premiums
  • Co-pays
  • Deductibles
  • Percentage not covered by insurance
  • Health care bills after the lifetime limit is exceeded
  • Added costs for those burdened by medical expenses:
    • Credit card interest
    • Interest on loans to pay medical debts
  • Results from dealing with health insurance companies
    • Large billing departments of hospitals and other medical facilities
    • Large billing staffs at physicians’ offices
    • Businesses of all sizes needing to decide what health insurance company and plan to use for the next year
  • Over 1300 health insurance companies, of which each of them are working to not only maintain and/or expand their operations, but also maintain and increase their profits; these companies are the reasons for most or all of the previous examples listed above

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