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    • Everyone asking if they had insurance but I promise you sometimes that insurance will screw you the fuck over and tell you to pay that shit. Welcome to the messed up American insurance and health system scheme
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    • If y’all ever go to a hospital and get a huge bill, please for the love of god ask for an itemized Bill, it lowered mine exponentially. Please pass this on to people you know, you shouldn’t have to take their word for it without seeing how much they’re charging you and what for.
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    • I’ve always heard to ask for an itemized list. Usually brings down the cost by a lot
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    • Americans have been trained to think this what healthcare really costs. Look up actual costs and itemized receipts from Europe. We're literally held hostage by big pharma.
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    • My dad had a heart attack. Died 3 times on the way to the hospital. I was out of town and when I saw my phone had missed calls from him I was really looking forward to talking with him. It was his boss telling me what happened. Drs didnt think his brain would make it. But he lived and is Okay.
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    • Ive worked with a few guys who were close to retirement and had heart attacks and after insurance they still owed insane amounts of money and aren't going to retire now because they can't afford to.
      Alpha_Zed 28 jul
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    • It is not, I repeat, NOT communist to accept single payer healthcare. Health is a basic human right.
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    • I spent one night in the hospital and the charge was $70,000.
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    • 1 like equals 0 push-ups, c'mon guys I need motivation to be a lazy shit
      sewd1289 29 jul
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    • What if we actually addressed why healthcare is so expensive
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    • Just dont pay
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    • I dont know what kind of hospital yall are going to, I went to a hospital for gas pains, and they ran a bunch of tests and told me my gallbladder's in trouble, and I should consider getting it removed soon, and the whole visit only cost me $2500. The real issue is the taxes on medicine
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    • Weird, my gf had brain surgery to remove a tumor and the total bill came to just over $58,000. After insurance it was like $800. Nice cars, fancy restaurants, big houses, and expensive phones just aren't worth it compared to the feeling of knowing you and your loved ones are taken care of
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    • And Trump's been fixing this shit, forcing hospitals to be up front and transparent with what they charge and holding big pharma accountable... Encouraging competition. But liberals don't want you to know any of that 🙃 Wake up people
      arod12 29 jul
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    • That’s what the bill was, I doubt that’s what he had to pay. My bill after a 4 day stay at the hospital was $94,500 dollars and I paid a whopping $0.00 dollars of that thanks to my insurance. But I still shit my pants when I saw the bill.
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    • Yep. You just going to not show the bill from your insurance that paid over 70% of it?
      HDPlank 29 jul
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    • No matter where you are politically, we should all agree that american healthcare sucks. We may disagree on the solution, but we should all agree it's a problem.
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    • Good thing America makes all the medical advancements and does all the research for your shitty socialist system. You sure don't hate our system then.
      JoeBitten 29 jul
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    • I spent almost 9 months straight in the hospital here in Canada as a kid for cancer treatment and neither me or my parents ever got a bill from them. Funny how health insurance and union medical plans works eh? Good stuff.
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    • PSA: the myth that countries like Canada with universal healthcare have long wait times is blatantly false and perpetuated by big pharma
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    • That’s AFTER insurance :) y’all still think your healthcare system works?
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    • American healthcare sucks. I broke my arm. BADLY. Like 2 pounds more of pressure and it would have been a compound fracture. I had to wait in the waiting room for 3 hours and when I finally got in I told the nurse morphine and several other drugs had no effect on me cause of a heightened immune 1/2
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    • Do people not realize that insurance covers most of it??? And by most I mean they probably payed 10K out of pocket 😂
      CharFil 29 jul
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    • Honestly we should pause the BLM protests and protest for better Healthcare because that we can actually change. Also by the looks of it BLM became a hate group against police and not racism anymore
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    • Take care of your dad guys. Only got one
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    • Ask for a receipt
      BillRye 28 jul
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    • Classic Americans just complaining and making memes instead of making change and guillotines
      Muskoka 30 jul
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    • Medicare for all sounds pretty good during a fucking pandemic but the republicans and even the shitty democrats won’t even pick up the legislation for a debate. Hint: the pharma and insurance companies are the biggest donors to politicians campaigns.
      garrmack8 30 jul
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    • Ask for an itemized bill and see how much everything cost individually and take it to a lawyer.
      Kraer 31 jul
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    • Healthcare is not a right, however predatory insurance companies are evil
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    • CANT HEAR YOU MY COUNTRY HAS FREE HEALTHCARE
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    • The most I have ever spent for a hospital bill ever was a 25 dollar copay. Insurance has covered everything else.
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    • Just have the heart attack in Canada forehead
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    • My dad is also my father
      IFuhnyads 29 jul
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    • I think after like 5 or 8 years they cant charge you any more because my dad had a tumor removed and he did not have insurance and he only had to pay about 14k until they stoped charging him
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    • How much is your life worth?
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    • This hits too close as my father passed away from a sudden heart attack in '18. Miss you Dad.
      PvtSnake 28 jul
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    • This is why i will never take an ambulance unless i have too
      Siggy32 28 jul
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    • Imagine trying to defend the position that this bill is ok and something that people should be able to afford, even with no insurance.
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    • I relate earlier this year my dad had a heart attack and we walked in on him having it we called an ambulance but they where to late he died in the hospital a couple days after and we donated his organs bc he was a healthy adult
      JasperTvT 30 jul
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    • My dad woulda gotten a second heart attack after seeing that price
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    • Went to the doctor with no insurance at 17 for a fever of 105 and strept throat. Was blacking out mid conversation telling people not to take me.They gave me antibiotics and water. Cost me $900. Havent went back since. Sliced my hand open a few years ago. $3 for tape. Still worked.
      KNOW_PAIN 28 jul
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    • I bet he got another heart attack after he saw that
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    • 6k is hella low for a funeral. Funerals can be the second most expensive event in a persons “life” (behind weddings).
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    • I had a minor ear infection from swimming at a water park and I went to the pharmacy and they wanted $697 for top of the line medicated ear drops i said are you nuts? I'm not paying that! Then they said we have a generic brand for $100. I said ya give me that 1. $697 for goddamn ear drops...crooks🤣
      John247 28 jul
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    • I actually worked for hospital billing before, I’m a tech In the ER now, but having an itemized bill reduces the price only in certain situations. Normally how it works is that the computer generates an estimate based on your acuity (1-5: 5 being dental pain, 1 being cardiac arrest) and also the (1)
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    • Health insurance people. The deductible will be soooo much lower. And because most people have it, the price without it will always be high. This is because hospitals know the insurance companies will pay the price(They only pay half). They also know if they bill you for that much you’ll end up 1/2
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    • Dam every think about heath insurance ? 😂
      chelsea_ 28 jul
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    • American health care fucking sucks
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    • Yea it’s 131k because your stupid ass didn’t get health insurance.
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    • Don't worry! Just keep trying to get the government to pay the bill instead of supporting the doctors trying to fix the bill
      moldydog 29 jul
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    • My uncle just had a tumor removed. It was around 60k. Of course they had insurance but even that didn’t take care of all of it. They owed nearly 1,000 bucks after the surgery.
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    • My dad has bone cancer that are his humorous in half. He was rushed to the hospital to have an X-ray done where they determined it was cancer. They have him 2 Tylenol’s and released him because “he can take pain meds on his own”
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    • Reject hospitals, embrace whiskey and gunpowder
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    • Imagine having a health crisis completely unrelated to anything you’ve done wrong and it puts you in debt for the rest of your life.
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    • With a lot of these bills they show what they charge the insurance, odds are they won’t have to pay that much.
      Bakugan 28 jul
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    • The issue is the insurance companies and big pharma gouging prices. And doctors requiring such high salaries bc it cost them 300k to get through med school. And the govt. allowing it all to happen bc they stand back and get corporate dollars to pay for their support. Capitalist medicine would work.
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    • Bruh their just gonna give him another
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    • my dad spent 4 months in the hospital for a heart attack noob
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    • 6k is a lot for a dead person
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    • the idea of the free market only works if you can choose not to buy the product, if you can literally choose between buying or dying the producer can jack up the price until that's what your life is worth to you
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    • Ask for an itemized bill and have insurance. You’d be amazed how little you end up spending.
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    • People must not have health insurance for this exact reason
      Kyle1 29 jul
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    • Honestly I would just bob-omb the mf hospital at that point. Send a message
      moxymomo 29 jul
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    • If you’re on the app for more than 3 days you know ab the itemized bill. This is a repeat feature set that’s been going on forever. The meme might be slightly different. But it’s the same.
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    • I was in the hospital for 4 hours and had 1 test done and it took a year to lay that shit off
      uuuuuhm 28 jul
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    • He’s gonna have another one when he sees that
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    • What happened to their insurance
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    • *Laughs in Canadian
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    • Laughs in insurance
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    • Why don’t we take all that money we’re paying politicians and put it towards something productive like healthcare or education or properly funding projects our country actually needs
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    • This problem literally makes me cry. It’s real, and affects millions of Americans. True stories about people who choose death over a lifetime of debt or bankruptcy for their families.
      hachacha 28 jul
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    • Same people complaining about these prices are also against social health care because they think anything social means communism.
      Shoelacy 28 jul
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    • When I go to the doctors, I expect to pay for me to get well. Not the doctors car notes.
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    • I had to have a 10mm kidney stone removed and the charge was like $13,000 for the operation and my insurance said “it was not medically necessary as you had another kidney.” What am I just supposed to lose my whole kidney and be in pain?
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    • I lost my dad in 2018 and something he told me will stick with me forever. “ maybe you can’t change the world but you can change somebody’s whole world” me and my ex wife changed a little girls life who lost her family in a car accident. Look up (cadence McGuire Blytheville Arkansas)—-
      naskue 29 jul
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    • Just and FYI to everyone. I believe as long as you make a monthly payment, regardless of how small, they can't touch you. My mom did it. I was born jaundice and they had an IV in my head that slipped out of the vein. My mom couldn't get help and had to run down the hall and grab (1/2)
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    • *what your insurance owes
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    • 35-50% of hospital/dr gross income goes for malpractice insurance because of nuisance lawsuits. Gop tries to end those type of lawsuits every year. Dems block it everytime. Every trial attorney group in the US supports($) ONLY dems. Now you know why. Use your knowledge wisely.
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    • Let me be clear when I say this. You have ZERO let me repeat. ZERO right to the labor of someone else. That my friend is called slavery and communism
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    • Don't you love capitalism?
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    • Even with insurance, people can get screwed over. Hospitals have different ways of billing insurance companies vs. people, as does any place that deals with insurance. And what happens is, the insurance bill is usually more because the companies that deal, know that insurance companies will pay more
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    • Then he saw the bill and had another heart attack. 💔
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    • Insurance be like: Adios
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    • Well just give them an uno reverse card, now the hospital owes you money
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    • Sigh, stupid people
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    • Imagine paying medical Bill's bro. Literally I have never seen a lender give a shit about medical costs.
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    • motherfuckers really not having insurance
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    • I get that hospital bills should be that high, I mean in real aspect, those guys took years of college so they can get your dad a second life. I don’t get why funerals are expensive, the body will rot either way
      mr_raccon 29 jul
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    • Paying less than that amount so they still get the amount they need. 2/2
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    • I went for an ankle sprain with no insurance and now I owe $6000... Edit: They also told me I had plantar fasciitis instead of an ankle sprain. Until my 3rd visit they got it right.
      Carmak 29 jul
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    • Just don’t pay
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    • Ask for an itemized bill. That 131k will drop to like 20k in a second
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    • Seriously this is fake. Dad spent 2 months in the hospital with 2 heart attacks. Guess the bill? $46,000. This is in Texas. Without insurance it would have been 58,000. Sooooo something tells me that’s bullshit.
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    • Politicians aren't just letting the healthcare industry fuck us, they are actively complicit in the fucking. Single payer healthcare is just going to bring the government's fuckery into it even more. We need to regulate the industry
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    • Lol just declare bankruptcy you nerds
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    • American healthcare is expensive because of the quality. In other countries, you share a ward while in america, it is very common to have your own private room. We actually have the best healthcare in the world, youre more likely to survive cancer and terminal illnesses. Most life saving drugs are
      PennName 29 jul
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    • “You’re alive! Thank goodness! Now you can repay us by living out the rest of your life in debt!”
      lamelion 28 jul
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