- Sep 20, 2018
- SL Rez
- Joined SLU
I have never had any faith in HMOs reducing costs, much less passing on any "savings" to consumers. I don't see where they have anything to do with medical research, which is what drives the technology. Aside from funding research if they do even that.So..if I am reading y'all correctly HMO's have brought costs down as they might, in the past, have had runaway costs with the increases in technology? No doubt liability played a part, as well. Did the HMO's help DRIVE that forward movement om technology?
Hmm...so? It was always destined to be a situation of us gong bankrupt due to the rising costs?
Am I off base in this?
Figure out a way to keep people from being greedy and no one would ever have to go bankrupt.