How HHS is Stoking the Fires of Healthcare Reform Controversy

A bold Department of Health and Human Services statement about pre-existing coverage rules underscores the need for the Department to build bridges with those constituents vital to successful reform.

2 comments on "How HHS is Stoking the Fires of Healthcare Reform Controversy"
Patrick Plemmons (1/27/2011 at 10:42 AM)

Let's be clear about the HHS statement: it was not "bold", it was a lie. A lie meant to deceive the public. Propaganda pure and simple. The obama administration is not interested in "reforming" healthcare, they want to own it and run it. This monstrosity of a law is their means to do so. Calling it "obamacare" is actually quite mild. An accurate description would be unprintable.
Just One of the ('Bad') Guys (1/26/2011 at 1:32 PM)

On behalf of the good folks who make their living turning the cogs and gears for the bad guys, thank you for sticking up for us. We're not perfect...far from it...bit the vast majority of us are in this industry for the same reasons as attending MDs, covering RNs and all other clinicians and their business and operational partners on the delivery try and do the right thing. Sebelius is a hack, pure and simple...I have infinitely more respect for Dr. Berwick...who SHOULD be in Sebelius' chair...


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