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- noun Alternative spelling of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the preservation of mental and physical health by preventing or treating illness through services offered by the health profession
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MFGs moves there since the cost of healthcare is not in the products they produce which is true for the rest fo the world all with sngle payer healthcare .. which is what we need here. % 2BbsMJWINF6bOJuxB%2FhS%2F%2B6liddOeSLn%2BG2%2BFcVkBehYZAQYqrbgnlNFbtInF5M5%2BOBIEKXPz%2FseDifetIxDHK1hYg0wMU0FG
So any improvement in healthcare is a good one, and do not kid yourself that insuring the un-insured will not cost more money.
We need to get these people on board to the idea that profit in healthcare is incompatible with the concept of "doing no harm" which is part of some oath SOME people in medicine take.
The only way to permanently provide the poor with the very best in healthcare is to redistribute income, and also stop advances in healthcare.
Health Care Celebrity Death-Match, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty 2009
The importance of information to quality in healthcare is examined and an analysis of the role of the international standard ISO 9001: 2000 in supporting data, information and knowledge management is conducted.
Article: Information Services for Supporting Quality Management in Healthcare « ResourceShelf 2007
They have terrorized Americans into thinking that any change in healthcare is Marxist communism and so it's better to let the situation spiral out of control.
By ED PULLEN, MD I really dislike the term healthcare reform.
And his healthcare is the beginning of that coalescence
CNN Poll: President's approval on health care under 50 percent 2009
Non-profit, single payer healthcare is the only way to make healthcare available to everyone (not most, everyone) and healthcare decisions would actually be made based on ... wait for it ... healthcare needs!
Nelson expresses support for using trigger on public insurance 2009
Because for the majority of people who need insurance, the ability to coerce the young to help pay for their healthcare is a feature of the program.
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