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Dr. Kevin Simmons: Health Insurance Choices: High Deductibles and Health Savings Accounts

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

How we pay for health care is a divisive political topic. At its core, the debate is based on how economists define the delivery of health care. Is it a public good like police protection or is it a market good like buying a car?

Frank G. Kirkpatrick: The Missing Moral Dimension In The Health Care Debate

Politics / US Politics : Huffington Post: Politics Blog

To treat health care as an optional commodity, which should compete in the market place alongside the option of choosing a large flat-screen TV, fundamentally misunderstands what health care is and why its provision is a moral imper...

Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm: Mr. President: Next Debate, Make Moral Choice Clear

Industries / Media : Huffington Post: Media Blog

Mr. President, when you walk on stage in the next debate I would like to hear you say that the choice is not just about whose tax plan you like or who has the better health care strategy. It's much more fundamental than that. This i...

On Call With Faith Leaders, Obama Seeks To Refute 'Ludicrous' Claims About Health Reform

News : Huffington Post

Saying some people have been "bearing false witness" in the debate over health care, President Obama told a conference call of religious leaders on Wednesday evening that overhauling the current system is a moral imperative. Obama o...

Who pays when someone without insurance shows up in the ER?

News : USAToday: News

The question of who pays if a patient can't is important as Republicans debate health care legislation that could result in more than 20 million fewer Americans having health insurance.        

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