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Read wanna pay what it costs gradually entirely different things like you know the president said he had all -- and for the thirty million Americans that don't have insurance you know now you gonna get a grave because you know how good quality of it well how does that I'm -- that you would get even talk about only because you afford that admiral Mike Evans and hip surgery well look.
And easily that you have insurance and because you know Americans will put those groups of people that don't have insurance.
And when they go through the emergency room did this increases your premiums are -- -- partially true.
But in reality what happens is you know we -- when he million dollars of -- charity care a year for the hospital you know how much money we get from the federal government charity care.
Maybe one million dollars to when he dove for that that was my question no you cannot build them up there with the -- this is better than the status quo or -- don't I.
I've I've -- in my first piece this morning before the supreme courses nobody won.
Nobody won because basically.
Nobody -- -- did the -- country didn't win in regards to having all these access to health -- Because it's gonna be you know bunch of punch holes are going to be made it was a.
Anything I've got -- look positive again I have rumors that have questions about one opposed to Dr.
Weekly writes what about families that have an income of 20000 dollars a year.
My three children are covered with Medicaid but they say that my husband and I can't get coverage.
And they offer health insurance -- my husband's worked out for it to cover me and my husband it would take almost half -- -- Each week so what are we -- Well you gonna end up depending on what state you live you're gonna end up -- one of those exchanges.
And through the state they gonna come up with so you know they gonna come up with.
A bunch of products in of those basically what's gonna happen is all the insurance companies that are -- -- elegant New Jersey.
Insurance companies will create a product a product that that covers that did the basics they will tell the -- this is our product.
And he will go into the exchange now when you go to the front of this state exchange you gonna have.
Medicaid products you know like -- very choice Amerigroup all of those Medicaid Services.
That have core branding services you may have the united for instance.
And and then you pick and you you know you pick one of those things.
I got another question here from Johnny anger.
Writes I'm currently receiving VA medical benefits with no other health insurance and I still subject to be non participating -- no I think that in the in the exemption of the law.
VA hospitals are exempted from.
When we talk about the hospitals and the doctors how -- overall as a as a as a professional.
Does it mean houses going to affect your practice.
A big -- happen and I didn't even by your practice -- Find out what to believe -- you take insurance right which is great because a lot of people in your field as -- -- you know don't even don't even participate with.
With health insurance companies won't let one of the many reasons why -- click here on the actually take insurance well this is and I have a very successful office I don't wanna post -- I know not his equipment is above and beyond that they'll have about about a -- -- -- -- I tell you what's gonna have -- I think that in an end you know we're we're boom we're putting together an analysis and fox has helped dot com because I wanna know.
What the cities that are going to be most affected by this law are going to be and hopefully we'll have that tomorrow the service -- That you know -- and the and the way the methodology that I'm coming and -- for that conclusion is based on a couple things unemployment rates.
Number of Medicaid patients -- city and how many beds infrastructures we have.
So if you look at -- city of New York for instance I don't think a -- gonna change for let's say Manhattan.
The -- are gonna get affected because most of the borrows have hospitals and already are in bankruptcy.
And they have a lot of patience that I'm gonna have these types of Medicaid products so they going to be in difficulty.
For some of them in the middle of the road -- patients that may have some good private insurance.
And but they live let's say it in communities like Manhattan you gonna have migration of services out of state.
And I think that what that's what's gonna happen you know in other -- -- you if you live in Manhattan on the west side let's say.
Andy and you got you you need to see some doctor from nothing major -- or his skin disorder or something like that.
Well it's hard to find a dermatologist on park avenue that's gonna take insurance unit -- ever happened there.
So what you -- wanna say well you know what I'm going to go Hudson counted across across the river to New Jersey because.
May be good for you in a sense -- get more customers I'm getting out of medicine and Edmonton theaters and you know and you could that is.
The failure but.
You know what I want to get as many questions as possible because so many people have a million questions now witnesses.
There has been ruled here Diana Taylor asked what about those of us who pay all around bills including our health insurance.
We barely make it out that it did not qualify for the all inspected it reimburses your health care prop premiums.
Because no one is -- team yet my grown children -- at home on our health insurance we have to pay for the family.
Again that's my whole point out that that's the first point that the president made you gonna be able to keep your insurance -- true if you can afford it.
If not you've got a -- Who got you gonna drop your insurance basically.
And you gonna.
Go to one of these more you know prolific.
As socialize that could have been -- type of health care plans.
I look at the end of the day we keep forgetting.
One thing that's gonna happen and I see that happening very soon.
Is that you know because right now -- practitioner you know you give me license to practice medicine.
I could you know it would you know not bringing the ethics of it but.
You can really do whatever you want right you could say look I'm not gonna take insurance I wanna get paid fifty cents to see my patient or whenever -- dollar.
And that's -- is my right you know I'm I'm I'm I'm providing the service but different than a plumber or electrician right.
Well good luck finding.
In private practice that are going to be eager to take some of these insurance as an owner but you know -- the state currently.
Yeah but but for -- is look at giving it -- -- look look at -- you lion you know all the gay alliance on average you know you get paid 2000 dollars for a deliver.
Okay you get you have to provide nine months of service.
Deliver the patient and maybe a month to do after that -- you know -- -- those 2000 dollars almost a year after that patient walks into your office.
And I have 21 years of liability in other words you could come back and when he was yours and said.
By the way that's not working well I'm gonna get myself a lawyer -- -- -- staring at the same thing in our profession because if you take appointed cases you could wait.
Year to get paid.
And if you take private cases like I do I don't have to wait you know I was -- -- -- -- I think lawyers that a lot of lawyers you know are facing the same thing that.
That that many doctors are now facing.
And yes you have that drive and -- those groups that do very well and and that will continue and -- but as more people now you know.
Lawyers you always need but you'd be dead but -- case it's almost like it constantly -- I don't really socialized system like in France aren't and I spoke to appeared as an adult I have no problem -- it you know he -- be big because there right you know my -- to Swedish and you know we lived there.
And my mother -- came to see me and she lives there and she's a big big national Swedish and I said mama -- you Olympic.
Well lay my head hurts us okay let me take you over to my hospital pagan actually I think an MRI both her hips -- gone.
Radiologist called isn't -- she is still ahead.
I said -- you need you -- OK okay mine and I said to my what you want me to find in north of being here and -- papers my mother and she's none -- -- she'll go back to Sweden and get it done.
I spoke to this to this -- -- I send in pictures the woman woman could not walk.
Three months later.
And my mother local media Google's -- yes yes they gonna do one -- In three months I said -- three months no it's okay it's already scheduled for September whatever it is.
Now that -- was an angry that woman was and I've said that lament.
Well because right it is.
Now trying to say I've -- not to try saying that the country that's not absolutely not seven.
No but if -- this is an intermediate step it's a measured step but it does the doctor speaking he wouldn't have a problem with a socialized system.
But if Obama or any other president had tried to ram that through congress the right would be screaming bloody murder about socialize -- Sorry I read another comment here from Brad Fontaine for Dr.
-- how will this play out for me.
My wife is about to have our first baby she will not be working after the baby gets here therefore.
We will not be able to keep for insurance -- -- job what do I need to do now uncovered through my employer.
But to add my wife and baby would cut my tape might take -- Well there -- your insurance will not be dropped.
You know because in the old days he you know you have to buy extra insurance called cobra if you.
But in this particular -- you probably will not lose your insurance but you gonna have to pay for so it's it's again it's a matter of can I afford to pay for -- You know they're not gonna take it away in the old days that would take it away it's okay we're not cover you anymore thank you very much have a nice day you don't work for us -- taking huge pay.
-- that's that what this is all about money this is war all the only thing that we we.
We agreed today Americas agreed today is to pay more dollars into the federal coffers for health -- that's -- you agreed to.
And Doug Levy the president says that this is not about taxes how can we not say that this is not about taxes and this is all about my life.
Thought I heard Dr.
-- use the -- semantics or one of a student I think that's what it is I mean.
You know caught attacks caught a penalty.
Call whatever you want I mean the fact of matter is it is really affect our we have to let you guys got Dr.
Manny thank you thank you very much thank you --
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