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Will Government Health Care Make Us Sick? Health Expert Suggests 5 Shocking Flaws of Obamacare
Date:7/15/2009

NEW YORK, July 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- While politicians spend countless hours bickering over how to solve America's health care problems, decision-makers on both sides of the aisle may be ignoring important research into this very subject, some of which is over 30 years old. Some critics wonder whether Obama's health care proposal contains flaws that will not only cost consumers more money, but cause patients to receive inadequate and unsatisfactory health care.

As a behavioral therapist and public health expert who has designed low-cost and no-cost corporate health programs with the proven ability to save millions of dollars, Dr. Therese Pasqualoni knows the intricacies of health care administration that most of our politicians fail to recognize. She emphasizes the value of preventive and disease management programs in relation to the overall success of national health care.

Dr. Pasqualoni cites the 2008 universal child health care program in Hawaii that failed after only 7 months. If it can't work on a small scale, how can it work nationally? She points out that a report published in The New England Journal of Medicine acknowledged the critical role of patient behaviors in "reducing the need and demand for medical services" and that "much disease is preventable," yet this very issue remains unaddressed in Obama's proposal.

Invite Dr. Pasqualoni to reveal what she considers the 5 hazards of Obamacare:

  • Why will our privacy be at risk, leading to untreated mental disorders, ED, and STDs?
  • How does the failure to measure results cause waste?
  • Why will Obama's reward program cause doctors to turn away sick patients?
  • How does the proposal plan to punish employers instead of rewarding them?
  • Why will a government plan essentially shut down private insurance?

CREDENTIALS: Dr. Therese Pasqualoni is a behavioral therapist, public health specialist, successful speaker, and author who has received numerous health industry awards. Her expertise in costs and distribution of health care and insurance enables her to provide effective solutions that can work nationwide. Her book, STRIKE IT HEALTHY: Living & Eating Your Way to a Better GPA, reveals how college students can increase their productivity and maximize their GPA scores and her STRIKE IT HEALTHY DVD and book sets offer easy nutrition, exercise, and cooking techniques.

AVAILABILITY: New York, Philadelphia, New Jersey, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone

CONTACT: Dr. Therese Pasqualoni, (609) 748-4290 (NJ); tpasqualoni@strikeithealthy.com; http://www.strikeithealthy.com

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