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Sicko Compares French Canadian British and Cuban Health Care Systems To The United State – Insurance Companies Profits Issue

Sicko Compares French Canadian British and Cuban Health Care Systems To The United State – Insurance Companies Profits Issue

Moore Sicko

(Best Syndication) The Michael Moore movie “Sicko” has not even hit the theaters yet but there is a lot of buzz concerning the film. This movie is not about the uninsured problem. This movie is about the problems faced by people with insurance. Moore chronicled the problems faced by people who have insurance.

Both energy and health care costs have been outstripping inflation. According to the National Coalition on Health Care (NCHC), Americans spend $2 trillion on health care per year. That works out to about $6,700 per person in the country. In total that is 16 percent of our GDP.

Although no system is perfect, Moore contrasted the US for profit health care system with socialized systems in Canada, the United Kingdom, France and even Cuba. The movie highlights several points and includes some interviews with former insurance company employees who discuss methods used by their employers to increasing profits by denying claims.

Michael Moore talks about ‘Sicko’ documentary on Oprah TV Show

Michael Moore talks about ‘Sicko’ documentary on Oprah TV Show

'Sicko'(2007) - Michael Moore

[Best Syndication] Oprah had Michael Moore on today’s show. Moore is a well known documentary maker that has a new film coming out called ‘Sicko’ which challenges the health care industry. ‘Sicko’ will be out in theatres on June 29th.

Moore showed clips from the movie, and said that this movie is not about the 18,000 Americans that die each year because they do not have health insurance; this is about those that do have health insurance.

Moore has set out to show what is going wrong with health insurance, and pharmaceutical companies, and how our government treats prisoners of war better than their own people.

How to look after property insurance

How to look after property insurance

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Property insurance is the kind of insurance that provides protections against certain risks on property like fire, theft or weather damage. This also incorporates socialized insurances like fire insurance, flood insurance, earthquake insurance home insurance or boiler insurance.

But before opting for any kind of insurance, one must keep in mind certain points that explain the best way to look after your property insurance. You must know how it works and your reasons for opting for one.

1) Analyze your need for property insurance - There are many reasons that may call for property insurance. If it's a fire accident or burglary or vandalism, insurance is the best option to face. You may also need property insurance as you may need to replace, repair or rebuild your home after any accident. Apart from home you may also need to protect your jewelry, silverware, business property, cameras, phones etc.

Barack Obama Unveils Universal Health Care Proposal – Could Save Money For The Average Person Already Insured – Keeps Insurance

Barack Obama Unveils Universal Health Care Proposal – Could Save Money For The Average Person Already Insured – Keeps Insurance

Obama in Iowa City
Photo by Tim Llewellyn (fl)

(Best Syndication) Democrat Presidential Candidate Barack Obama unveiled his plan Tuesday to provide universal health care in the U.S. by 2012. Other candidates have announced similar plans and the 45 year old Obama said in Iowa City "The time has come for universal, affordable health care in America."

Obama’s plan would keep the private insurance system, but add public funds to help those who can’t afford coverage. It would also create a National Health Insurance Exchange to monitor insurance companies in offering the coverage. He says that his plan could save the average consumer $2,500 a year and bring health care to all.

Although both Presidential candidate John Edwards and Obama’s plan would require businesses to help cover their workers, Obama’s plan would not require all American’s to purchase health insurance. According to Mike Glover of Newsday, those who can't afford coverage would get a subsidy on a sliding scale depending on their income, and virtually all businesses would have to share in the cost of coverage for their workers.

Hillary Is Pushing Her Health Reform Bill On Mother’s Day – Her Goal Is To Extend Coverage To Low Income Children

Hillary Is Pushing Her Health Reform Bill On Mother’s Day – Her Goal Is To Extend Coverage To Low Income Children

Hillary

(Best Syndication) Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be celebrating Mother’s Day Sunday by calling for health care reform. The New York Senator is urging congress to pass the Children's Health First Act which she says will give mothers peace of mind.

Health care has become a hot-button issue with American’s who complain about lack of affordable coverage and problems getting insurance companies to cover health conditions and bills. "Nothing keeps mothers up at night more than worrying whether their children will have the health care they need if they get sick," Clinton said.

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