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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

MSNBC: Cheaper insurance can mean giving up top docs

That would probably be devastating for many of those who are working in healthcare and other healthcare related professions. It could very well mean we will see a lot less medical scrubs then what we are used to and as a result that will affect the economy in another negative way.

It is not just the caregivers like nurses and doctors who could be without a job; it will have a ripple effect on all those who provide them with all the necessary means to do their jobs to the best of their ability. A lot of scrubs stores may have to close their doors permanently as well; more jobs will be lost.

Even though it may seem like a good idea at the moment, when the time comes and you are in desperate need of good healthcare, you will be grateful seeing all the many medical scrub uniforms around you, giving you the best possible care.

You don't want to cut the budget when it comes down to health; it is hard enough to keep it and you definitely want to ensure your insurance covers getting it back!



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