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I was waiting in the er, with both bones in my arm broken and just about sticking out of the skin. They wouldn't give me pain killers for 3 hours of waiting there. Painful experience that took about 8 hours just to get x rays. got moved to a different room instead of the waiting room so i could fall asleep with my arm at least in a sling. So the wait is terrible but at least i didn't need to come up with money for x rays and the cast and doctor costs and the costs of the drug to put me under. I dont know, its my opinion that the wait is most of the time better then the big costs. In school this past week we had to watch sicko and it really bashed the American health care system. I promise you, that's not what its like every where in the US. Sure there will always be places that are just fro profit, but i think most Americans will agree that no doctor will refuse to help someone in dire need of medical attention just cuz of their lack of insurance. I think our health care system should be treated more like a business, increase competition for low prices by allowing one to get insurance from any state. Have doctors be able to choose if they want malpractice insurance which they most certainly should!and then the malpractice insurance companies will have to lower prices to compete and keep clients.

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