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Health Reform and A Health Insurance Broker
Date:9/14/2009

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- With health insurance rates skyrocketing look no further than Miami health insurance broker East Coast Health Insurance to be offering their opinion on the Washington legislation debate. Many health brokers are of course easy to predict, falling on the side of the status quo Republicans, who see a problem, but see a bigger problem with another federal program. It seems the only thing that everyone agrees upon is that the country cannot sustain these health costs.

"We have been pushing for change since we started in this business five years ago and after seeing health care costs rise so dramatically while people's income continues to fall, there should be no doubt as to the urgency of the situation," said Caroline Ehrenthal,http://ECHealthInsurance.com broker and executive. Indeed she is correct as the country is currently spending 17.6% of its GDP on medical costs according to the National Coalition on Healthcare. This is but a drop in the bucket, if one considers just ten years from now, when the baby boomer generation finally retires, if they can afford to.

"We are guessing, that if no change is made in health care that either everyone will be either receiving or getting health care, and the rest of the population will be suing them," said Mrs. Ehrenthal.

This is precisely why ECHealthInsurance.com is being proactive and offering health care options to everyone.

"What separates us from the rest of the pack in the Florida health insurance market is that we also offer a complete public assistance directory on our website and at our office, so that we don't have to turn away anyone. Almost 40% of the uninsured in Florida actually qualify for health benefits from any of the multiple government programs right now and don't
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