Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Health Care System: America vs. India: Glenn Beck, Fox News

Health Care System: America vs. India: Glenn Beck, Fox News Tube. Duration : 3.22 Mins.

Glenn Beck from Fox News talks about his 40 seconds research to compare the healthcare system between The United Stated of America and India In support of health care reform, SEIU's website recently highlighted the case of Karlyn Zimbelman, an American who received successful medical treatment abroad because she couldn't foot the 000 bill for hip replacement surgery she would have been forced to pay in the United States. And so, she went to India, where the surgery and 13 days of medical care cost her 500 -- 500 with travel and other costs. Beck ran parts of a video testimonial from Ms. Zimbelman, who had the audacity to say the following: "I think the American health care system is excellent, but I just think it's so expensive. Where's the money going?" Beck then offered the following explanation of the cost differential (emphasis added): The best I can figure is all that money goes to high-tech hospitals and doctors who studied at Harvard rather than Gajra Raja medical school. Oh sure, yeah, you know, it's weird. You can buy a Gucci bag on any New York street corner for like four bucks. No different than the 3000 dollar real thing. They're identical! But he wasn't finished. Beck continued (emphasis added): And also, in our research that it took us, oh about 40 seconds, we figured out that some of that money here in America winds up in the pocket of a skilled doctor that helps off-set the 20 years of schooling that he endured and the loans he took out. And - you ...

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