The worst of the NHS will be 5-Times worse in the US under Obamacare

Posted by PITHOCRATES - February 9th, 2013

Week in Review

Obamacare is the first step towards national health care.  They designed Obamacare to raise costs to get employers to drop their health care and pay a cheaper fine instead.  As more do private health insurance companies will struggle to stay in business with fewer and fewer clients.  The fewer they have the more each will have to pay.  So those who try to keep providing health insurance will have to give up and pay the fine instead.  In time the private health insurance industry will collapse.  Leaving the government as the only remaining option for health insurance.  A backdoor way to national health care.

So that’s where we’re heading.  So what will it be like when we get there?  Something like this (see NHS staff must reveal poor care by law, says inquiry by Robert Winnett posted 2/5/2013 on The Telegraph).

Medical staff should have a “statutory duty of candour” to disclose any concerns they have following the “shocking” situation that led to the deaths of up to 1,200 patients in two hospitals run by Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust between 2005 and 2009, the report concludes.

Robert Francis QC will publish his report into the failings following a two-and-a-half-year public inquiry which will conclude that “routine neglect” became the norm because of a culture of “fear, bullying and secrecy”.

He is expected to conclude that there were multiple failings within the NHS, with doctors and nurses failing to report concerns, managers failing to monitor standards, local bureaucrats failing to intervene and regulators failing to run inspections properly…

A Labour source said: “Labour’s four-hour target revolutionised emergency care in Britain, with 98 per cent of patients seen within four hours.

“In the same way, the 18-week target stopped the scandal of patients waiting two years for operations.”

Routine neglect?  Fear?  Bullying?  Secrecy?  Don’t know which is worse.  This.  Or 4-hour wait times in emergency rooms and 2-year wait times for operations.

Anyway, this is what we have to look forward to under Obamacare.  When it ushers in true national health care.  A horrible time for those entering the health care system.  And it will be worse in the United States.  Because the United States had 5-times the population of the UK.  So they will have 5-times the bureaucracy.  And 5-times he horrible times.


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