The Backyard Of The Ranch - with Ed Jacobson and Hobson Carroll
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This one is a live episode at the Ranch with Ed Jacobson and Hobson Carroll. They talk about how health insurance is treated differently as compared to other types of insurance. They also discuss how healthcare insurance has evolved in the US starting from the early 60s.
Ed and Hobson underline the fact that emotional and political and religious influences on our system have been a bearing on how much we spend on healthcare in this country.
They remember the times when suddenly, there was a cash mill going on. Doctors and providers started seeing money coming in for populations that they previously count on for much money.
And it was: "Hey, we can charge more money because we can charge the insurance companies!"
Stay tuned to dive deeper.
Key points of discussion:
✔️Health insurance: one wants to pay a dollar in and collect more
✔️ It is expected of health insurance to cover high-cost rare event things
✔️ The early 60s: start of healthcare insurance as a bigger dollar volume biz
✔️ The medical-industrial complex: we started to have more drugs
✔️ How'd an insurer compete in a market where everything is the same?
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