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HealthMadeEasy.com: Our Healthcare System Is Hemorrhaging
Date:10/8/2008

Research Institute estimates that America wastes $589 billion dollars each year from excessive tort litigation.

Congress has not given primary care physicians adjustments in reimbursements for inflation as their costs, especially medical liability insurance, have dramatically increased. One of the best ways to control costs is to have patients treated by primary care physicians, rather than emergency rooms of hospitals.

Both Democratic and Republican candidates for president have proposed extensive programs to expand the coverage of heath care and one of them has promised to deliver to all Americans the same level of healthcare enjoyed by members of the US Senate. The reality is that candidates can promise, but congress has the final say because it writes the laws and authorizes spending. How can we expand health care or even expect to maintain our current health care system without physicians?

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HealthMadeEasy.com is a health information and news portal dedicated to delivering healthy lifestyle, prevention and disease management information to the public, patients and caregivers.

Dr. Traverse, the editor of HealthMadeEasy.com, has over 20 years experience working with hospitals and health care systems in the United States and around the world. For the past two years he has been a member of a medical care commission focusing his studies on the needs of patients, the shortage of doctors and nurses and improving the quality of care delivered by hospitals.

Dr. Traverse is currently writing a series of articles on his studies and findings about the US healthcare system and how it can be improved.
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