On average, individuals buying insurance for themselves will spend 3.5% more in 2023 than they did in 2022, and in some states they will face a much more significant hike: In Georgia and Colorado, premiums will rise by about 20%, and in Wyoming, Alaska, and New Mexico by 15%.Dec 19, 2022
When you buy health insurance through your employer, it’s taken out of your wages. Every American is being gouged. Here are a couple of articles proving it. They’ve studied it.
This article was written in 2010, and it’s worse today.
Health Insurance is Bankrupting Our Economy
This is where we were in 2018;
Health Insurance in 2018
You must stop buying their product. There is no other way they’ll get the message that the entire sick care system is unacceptable. You have to withhold their money and only give money to practitioners and products that are helping you take care of yourself. The jig is up!
If you still want to go to your white coat and still want their drugs and surgery and then mix holistic in, you can. You can just pay cash! Negotiate the price with them.
“Why are prices in the U.S. are so high? There are several potential explanations. The simplest is sheer inertia and cultural complacency — as in construction and higher education, Americans pay more simply because they’re used to paying more. Lack of transparency in health-care pricing probably exacerbates the problem.”
This is the patient who is a deer in headlights; programmed by the media and co stant ads. You have so many other demands on you that you’re not sure what to do. Americans are used to being told what to do by everyone; boss, family, mate, media, pastor, basically all of the society’s “guardians” who think they’re the boss of everyone until you find out they’re big hypocrites and make excuses constantly for not doing what they say they’re going to do.
Oupresident is the best example.
I think the best thing to do is stop all the deductions from your paycheck, open your bank account, and manage your cash for your health or have an HSA. TAKE CHARGE!
“Any government system must have price negotiation as its primary focus. If the U.S. continues to complacently accept ever-higher health care prices, ever more of workers’ wages and national output will be sucked away with nothing more to show for it.”-The Link