Ummm, I would ALSO like to point out that none of you seem to have done the math....
If you pay $500 a month for ins thats $6000 a yr
Heck I will even throw in 2 $25 a month thats 600 a yr
Now you people are talking about ONE hosp visit costing $20 to $30,000 Dollars, how are they making huge profits off of you? What do you think they should charge? How does the company even stay afloat if thats how the math plays out? They would have to charge more to those who sre more of risk right?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:49 PM on Aug. 23, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by Jafra_mommy at 2:31 PM on Aug. 23, 2009
So, in the other ins question all anyone was talking about were these massive amounts they would pay for hosp stays if they didn't have ins. So I ask the Q about the math and now no one has hospital stays and could just pay out of pocket? I don't understand. Yes it is like Vegas, but for the ins co too right? You could be perfectly healthy for 10 yrs then pop up with a debilitating disease that causes them to have to pay out more than you ever paid in. They could take a hit too right?
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