I think it is a good idea once in awhile for my non-physician followers to see the likes of what is copied below.  Mr. Kent has a thriving business selling consultant services to physicians who, having read the new Medicare rules and regs (there is a non-stop belching of new rules and regs from Medicare), have no idea what they mean.  To not know is to risk everything.

This is only a glimpse.  This is what happens when government gets involved in anything, isn’t it?  This is part of why I don’t deal with Medicare.  This is why physicians in droves are dropping out of this program.  This is why many Medicare beneficiaries and AARP members screaming “don’t touch my Medicare!” will find themselves increasingly standing in lines with their Medicare card in their hand but little or no access to care.  Remember too, that Obamacare is essentially Medicare for everyone.  I think Stefan Molyneux’s definition of democracy also applies to Medicare (and social security):

“Bribing the living with the property of the unborn.”

GKS

Good Morning,
 
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