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Story About Hepatitis – Health Insurance

Story About Hepatitis - Health Insurance

Hepatitis is a disease characterized by the liver being inflamed or swollen. It can cause permanent damage to a person’s liver tissue. Common types of hepatitis are A, B and hepatitis C. Both B and C can lead to permanent liver damage and even death. Viral hepatitis can be food-borne (spread through contaminated food or water), which does not lead to chronic liver problems, or blood-borne which can eventually lead to lethal consequences. Once diagnosed as having Hepatitis C, an individual will be infected for life. They will also be contagious for their lifetime and will have the ability to transmit this disease to others.

There are certain things a person can use to determine if they are at risk for Hepatitis C. If they have had a blood transfusion, used intravenous drugs, or have had a tattoo or body piercing they could be at risk. Anyone who is exposed to blood of an infected person, such as emergency workers, professionals in healthcare, and military personnel, is at risk of being infected themselves. Mother’s, if infected, can pass hepatitis to their child during birth, and it can also be transmitted through unprotected sex. People should take all precautions to protect themselves.

When looking for health insurance, a lot of companies require a person to go through a screening process to prove they are healthy enough for coverage. Once a person goes through the screening process it is up to the insurance company whether or not they will sell the individual the insurance plan. If a person has been diagnosed with Hepatitis C before hand, it is not likely they will qualify for coverage. It would be wise to look for an insurance company that does not require the screening process before coverage begins. If a person develops Hepatitis and already …

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Doctor and Patient Control

Doctor and Patient Control

The health reform bill is now setting down new laws that will change how and when we choose to visit with a medical physician. Some individuals visit with a medical physician they have come to know and feel very comfortable. This can occur with dental visits too for those individuals who are experiencing major difficulties with their teeth and gums. Although it has been stated many times, individuals of all ages may continue seeing the medical health care physician they have grown accustomed.

In many instances, the government will now dictate every aspect of your life and it begins with your medical physician and your low-cost health insurance policy. You may intend to continue seeing your familiar medical physician, but the government will instead dictate who you will see based on the nearest medical clinic in your local area.

In the near future, the Internal Revenue Service will be in charge of your health requirements. The medical physician you visit with is obligated to turn over your personal medical records before administering any prescriptions. At the moment, it does appear the health insurance providers will be a fading entity the closer this universal health takes hold. Unless this can be stopped, we the people are about to journey down a path that will possibly lead to the destruction of the country.

The governments answer at the moment is to administer additional and higher tax laws to those individuals who remain in the dwindling work force. What is going to happen in a few years when there are no longer able bodied individuals employed? Why it is the responsibility of the remaining employed to pay for all the government programs? Why is it not possible for the medical physician and his or her patients to take control of the united health …

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