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As of Mar 15, 2014, after loosing too much time deleting spam messages, I was forced to require the reader to register with this blog before posting the feedback. This is not what I’ve wanted but I had no choice. Please accept my apologies for this restriction.

As of May 24, 2015 I’m dropping the restriction on being registered with the site to post comments, but I’m keeping the manual approval process, since this is a personal private non commercial site. I’ll experiment further with this new settings and avoid using any email based registration as countries like Canada passed anti spam legislation which can land me in hot water if my site sends any unsolicited email to you (and defects can happen in software!).

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Romanian is my first language and English second, this may lead to some expressions looking unusual for the native English  speaker. If you find so, please live me a message. I’ll always appreciate your help in this matter.

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Thank you so much for your time and understanding!

I hope you will find that your time was well spent by reading my articles.

Romeo Lupascu
Nov 11, 2012
Updated: Mar 15, 2014
Updated: May 25, 2015

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Why a pure market approach to health is not only a bad idea but is simply immoral

There is a blind fight out there between believers in different versions of our health care model. Some are worshiping the mighty market and the others are jumping head on in the communal insurance pool. Who is right? I personally believe both views have huge issues and biases.

It seem that both groups are missing one important fact I’m going to try explain by using a simple graph bellow.

Market based health care model

Let’s put the above graph (the camel graph) in few words. The profit for the health industry, including Drug companies, Hospitals, Doctors and personnel, and to some extent insurance industry makes the biggest bucks out of your health misery!

If you are dead, the industry makes nothing (at least for now…), if you are completely healthy the industry only makes money out of your insurance and your fears. It sells you “maintenance pills” however you have the choice to refuse buying into it.

The insurance though is a totally different matter. To work will, all people should contribute to maximize the common pool and no one or only few should consume out of the pool in order to maximize the profits. One way or another things go down to profits and entitlements. When you have a limit on your insurance people tent to maximize the usage and the health industry pushes for it. That pushes the costs up and lower insurance business profits so they will push down on how may people are insured, how expensive your insurance is and how much you can claim.

Clearly, we want that people which helps us to be healthy, to have a top status reflecting our real top health condition. Unfortunately, when profit is in the middle, things start to get biased towards the dark side.

My solution for this complex problem?

These days, personal automation, will give all individuals a chance to get out of this “rat race” if they choose to understand and believe in it.

There is a bright future waiting for all believers in this solution and will be alive when it will happen. Extends your mind and grab it or else it may grab you instead, if it does it could grab you the wrong way. Sh..t happens in general, but it tend to happen more frequently to the ignorant. Don’t be one.

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