Thursday, July 13, 2006

Health Industrial Complex are Fat Cats

One out of every six citizens in the US do not have health insurance in the United States.

Many who do have insurance have such huge medical debts from a major medical condition that they have had to file bankruptcy according to a Public Watch Dog pulication called, The Lowdown.

The United States Healthcare system is ranked number 37 in the world. A total of 16% of the economy goes to the Health Industrial Complex.

Americans pay an average of $6,200 per citizen for health care each year. Other industrial countries pay an average of $2,300.

CEO's earn on average $28,000 an hour.

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