Two Health Care Jobs To Consider

Ditto on the costs. I believe each of us will pay more for healthcare regardless of this bill. The government again will boast of their genius for reducing costs. They will say that costs would have skyrocketed without their intervention.

The best way to evaluate your cat healthcare is to give it a good exam from nose to tail. Take it to a veterinarian initially then establish your own routine and check out your animal from time to time using the same series of steps. Cats can hide illnesses so try to stay aware of your pet. Keep a checklist on your animal.

That is not all we need to do. We need to take action on health. The care part of the healthcare is what we are spending all of our money on. We are spending countless dollars on treatments, medications and procedures to care for conditions. We are using more and more care each year. That is why our healthcare costs have gone up so much and continue to do so. We are using more and more expensive services that are needed to get us back to health or allow us to live with poor health.

My personal finances would be $117,589 adjusted gross income, itemized deductions of $19,349 and exemptions of $14,600, making my total taxable income $83,640. My total tax is $13,269, I have credits of $3099 making my total tax for 2010 $10,170. My increase for the 10-year plan would go to $14,625. For the class warfare that the politicians like to use, I compare my finances to the median figures. The median earner pays taxes of 2.9% of their wages for the married example and 6.3% for the single example. I pay 8.7% for my married income, which is 5.8% more than the median example. For the 10 year plan those number would change to 4.1% for the married example, 9.1% for the single example, and 12.4% for me.

I have observed over the years that once a government program has begun it can never be reduced or eliminated. Once people have been hired to manage government deals, they will never be fired. Big buildings will be constructed to house thousands of bureaucrats who will have better pay and benefits than their counterparts in the private sector. Healthcare represents 1/6th of our economy and it is about to be moved into the hands of government. What if it ends up being a bad idea? One thing is for sure, there will be no turning back.

Since employers do lose some tax advantages in this proposal, I suggest we allow them to convert those tax advantages to an increase in your pay-scale. Both of these suggested changes would create additional jobs and higher salaries.

There are still lots of unanswered questions in the bill regarding doctors. I look at the fact that we don’t have enough doctors in the system now and we are about to add 30 million patients into the mix. This makes it a win for quack doctors and a loss for conscientious doctors. The quacks need more patients and the conscientious doctors can’t take any more. This probably means the good doctors will be mandated to bring in more patients resulting in longer waits and reduced services.

Dr. Waldman devotes over half the pages in Uproot U.S. Healthcare to the “diagnosis” of the illness within our system before he actually addresses the “treatment.” This is a logical method and one that all doctors tend to take with their human patients.