And, think about the people that have such debilitating chronic illnesses that they can’t even earn their own money but still have to pay this amount every January. I understand wanting to make people aware that healthcare is expensive, but this system is causing a lot of people problems and is basically designed to punish people for being sick and seeking I Sheet You Not I’m So Ready For Halloween Shirt. This really needs to change. Also after premiums and deductibles, the average American pays almost $10,000 out of pocket each year for healthcare. That’s about 10 times as much as what a middle-class person in NL pays.
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This is exactly the core of what Dutch systems do. The “more complicated” part, in this case, means the government sets required minimum coverage (I can’t imagine that’s not the case for Obamacare) and a tax I Sheet You Not I’m So Ready For Halloween Shirt that somewhat compensates the lower incomes for the cost. I’m not saying it’s identical, but it is really quite similar. Both are very different, for example, compared to the NHS in the UK or a system with public insurance+private healthcare.
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Thanks for the correction by you and others. I read more about it after reading your replies and it seems where I was wrong is that I thought the ~€120 /month was money paid in taxes when instead it’s money paid to a private I Sheet You Not I’m So Ready For Halloween Shirt. But I mentioned it’s a system run by private companies, so I think the spirit of what I said stands. But in the Netherlands no one is uninsured. In the US tens of millions are uninsured and because Republican governors refused Obama’s Medicaid expansion (government insurance essentially for folks below the poverty line) tens of thousands of people die each year because they’re uninsured.
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The cost to the average person in NL vs the US is so extremely different that I just don’t think you can say the Dutch system is like Obamacare. If Obamacare had been designed by sane, caring politicians who didn’t take money from health insurance companies and big pharma, maybe it would resemble the Dutch system. But it wasn’t; it was written by health insurance Trending shirt. It’s unaffordable, leaves tens of millions of people uninsured, and is a massive giveaway to corporate America. Give your country more credit than that for what seems to be, by all metrics, a good system you have over there.