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November 13, 2009


I feel the same way. Single payer would make everyone have to care about good medical care and take the confusion out of what we currently have. We have Medicare and thought when we went onto it last year that we had worked out our supplemental. Turns out we had not as they changed it all and this year we have to figure it out again. Very irritating and confusing. Single payer would make it better for us all-- well except the insurance companies who want all those profits and the congressmen who get payola from them through lobbying.

i feel

...eHIM and HER...

the interface and intersection of electronic Health Information Management and Health Electronic Records ;)

needs proper information gathering and knowledge building

something that integrates

and Ethicality

with Progressive Spiritual Wisdom {{{-_-}}}

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