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MVNHS© and Medicaid vs Babies

Monday, November 28, 2016 9:03
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The Much Vaunted National Health System© continues its war on children. This time, a preemie was “left to die alone in a sluice room at an NHS trust plagued by clinical errors and bad staff attitudes.”

In case you’re wondering, a “sluice room” is “where used disposables such as incontinence pads and bed pans are dealt with, and reusable products are cleaned and disinfected.”

For the MVNHS© “disposables” now includes babies, apparently.

Great system over there.

And lest we forget, our own version leaves much to be desired, based on this cautionary take from the Sunshine State:

Kim and Richard Muszynski love Florida … in September, the couple left the Sunshine State … because they think Abby’s health insurance was killing her.”

The kicker?

Like nearly half of all children in Florida, Abby has Medicaid

Leaving aside for the moment that appalling statistic, it may be instructive to note that, as with the Much Vaunted National Health System©, Medicaid is not not insurance (after all, who pays premiums?) but taxpayer-funded health care. And, again as with the MVNHS©, who pays the piper calls the tune.

[Hat Tip: Holly R]

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