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Saturday, March 16, 2013

The Linear Algebra of Health Care "Fixed Sums"

Obviously if we implement the Republican notion of "fixed sums" for people to buy health care with, we will be in a situation wherein the acute analysis of how that money is spent will be extremely important.

Given that health care costs will continue to grow and not only grow, but will continue to be in some sense "unpredictable"  - that is, consider those surveys wherein a hip replacement could cost from $500 to $50,000 - it is quite clear and obvious that analysis of how the "fixed sums" are spent will be of paramount importance.

Who will be able to afford the best analysts?
Who will run the Mini-Max analyses in the Linear Algebra of health genocide?

I'll tell you one thing, if the Republicans are able to implement their policies, I am looking into providing various analytical tools for people to wend their way through the maze of health care. Heck, I know people now who are incapable of dealing with buying a Plan D !

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