In 2001, I was a brand new, shiny doctor, planning to save the world. My first job was working for three months on a lung cancer unit. Nearly all of my patients were smokers or ex-smokers, and most of them had started smoking when they were children or in their early teens. And
Absolutely, you do. And here's why: Insurance companies make more money if they pay you less money, and they're very sophisticated so they figured out that just telling their adjusters to be nice to you and kind and cooperative, and to seem to care about you, will keep you from hiring
I could totally see a time in which you could be sitting at home with your Amazon Alexa speaker device and you could say, "Alexa, refill my prescription." And three hours later, someone arrives to your door, there's your medication, you don't even have to leave the home. It may sound too good
- Hello, everyone. I'm Stephen Kruiser, and welcome to PJTV. Our guest today is Melissa Quinn, who is a reporter for The Heritage Foundation's Daily Signal. And she just uncovered yet more nefariousness regarding Obamacare and its Medicaid expansion. So we knew we definitely needed to bring her in here and get the scoop.