Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Another example of government health care

Remember when the Veteran's Administration and the military health system were held up as examples of the viability of a government run national health care system?
The Pentagon effort to consolidate two premier hospitals for treating wounded troops has more than doubled in price and is so rudderless that an independent review and a bipartisan group of legislators say the care could suffer.

This "cost savings" measure will end up costing twice as much as planned, and will decrease the level of medical care.

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