Posted 19 January 2013 - 08:02 AM
let me make sure i follow this. people were up in arms because the uninsured when they went to the ER, no matter who, what, where and when, were treated. then, those costs were more or less covered by hospitals or other people?
so that was bad?
now, there won't be any uninsured and when they go to the ER, no matter who, what, where or when, it's paid for by....someone else?
what part of the first system was adding to the deficit and what part of the second one will tangibly reduce the deficit?