Opioid Out of Pocket

As the opioid epidemic continues to rampage the toll isn't just lives now. No, it's money. With health care not being able or willing to pay for treatment families and loved ones are now going bankrupt in desperate attempts to keep them alive. Opioids are taking more than just lives now. Ain't health insurance grand.

As the opioid epidemic continues to rampage the toll isn't just lives now. No, it's money. With health care not being able or willing to pay for treatment families and loved ones are now going bankrupt in desperate attempts to keep them alive. Opioids are taking more than just lives now. Ain't health insurance grand.

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Filibuster69
Filibuster69

Very true, but Trump had said that he would release funds for treatment, which he hasn’t officially done yet. The other thing is that the panel he has trying to resolve this problem do not have a signal qualified person there. No doctors or addiction specialists. They are going toward Regan era ideas that don’t work. That said I will also read the link you sent me, and back to you.

Philip Carino
Philip Carino

Like how you almost always begin your videos walking across rooms. Are you on running/exercise mode before these? Re: the issue at hand, trumpcare remove the mandate but if people choose to continue with coverage, they're absolutely able to do so but for much lesser premiums than what's forced into them. Isn't that kind of more manageable? Trumpcare also removed tax penalties if you don't have health insurance. Trumpcare also sets up a system where a person who stays insured, without an extended gap in coverage, will typically not pay a different price for health insurance based on whether or not that person has a pre-existing condition BUT states now have the power to change the pricing rules for people who do not stay insured year-round. https://resources.ehealthinsurance.com/uncategorized/trumpcare-vs-obamacare :D

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