Answer: They're all more profitable than the health insurance industry. In the health care debate, Democrats and their allies have gone after insurance companies as rapacious profiteers making "immoral" and "obscene" returns while "the bodies pile up."
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Answer by mamakirs at 2:17 PM on Oct. 29, 2009
And not one of those industries can make decisions that end or ruin someones life on a daily basis.
I worked for a large ins company and saw new CEO's come in every couple of years, lay off a bunch of grunts and leave with million dollar bonuses. I saw claims denied for no good reason. I saw procedures and referrals denied and patients ended up worse or dead. I've personally spent months trying to get to see a specialist because the ins thought my gp could handle my problem.
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Answer by Anonymous at 2:22 PM on Oct. 29, 2009
I'm for making all ins companies non-profit. Some already are. I don't agree with letting people die or suffer to make a profit. Guess I'm funny that way.
Answer by Friday at 2:28 PM on Oct. 29, 2009
Why is America the only industrialized country where Insurance Companies make a profit?
The healing of America By T.R. Reid
Basic info about the major Industrialized countries and their HC systems-
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