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The Cost of Health Care and Coverage
The American Spectator Link to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Mar. 10, 2010
Excerpt: If more and more people are losing coverage, why do costs keep going up? The Times' answer is that by postponing treatment, uninsured people end up requiring more expensive care. Or alternately, if they are treated anyway, hospitals will slip the bill to other patients. But none of this adds up. There is widespread agreement that preventive treatment is just as expensive if not more so as emergency treatment. After all, isn't it all that preventive medicine to guard against lawsuits that is driving up costs?

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