Doctors say NO to Hillary style Healthcare
Doctors say, "No!" when asked if government control would improve healthcare
SEATTLE, WA - A nationwide survey sent to thousands of physicians and health care professionals overwhelming showed doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers are against any proposal to increase government activity and involvement in care.
Of the health care professional respondents, 82% of physicians say having more government involvement would not improve care. Only 6% of physicians believed more government involvement would help improve care.
"It's funny, at a time when all we hear from politicians and talking-heads is the need for more government involvement in care, we find the vast majority of physicians think it's a bad idea, or are at least unsure of the value," said Precura Executive VP Thomas Moll. "While candidates fight it out amongst themselves, Precura will continue to listen to physicians and patients regarding the quality, cost, and delivery of care."
Continued Moll, "Precura is about bringing doctors and patients together to increase the level of care and decreasing costs. Increasing government involvement will not solve the problems facing the healthcare system today. No one is interested in having their doctor visits resemble a visit to the DMV."
Additional survey findings will be made available in the coming weeks at www.precura.com, and a comprehensive analysis of the data is being prepared for submission, mid-summer 2008, to congressional committees on health care.
(About Precura - Precura has discovered the way to reduce the financial burden of health care by removing the factors unnecessarily inflating costs. Precura is committed to saving consumers money while concurrently improving quality, efficiency, and convenience in healthcare. Together we will heal healthcare. Find out more at www.precura.com )
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