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Formally gives the President Obama means Obama cat will become the more than it is and it will stay in place joining us now is doctor -- costs.
Neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins University is the foremost -- such -- in the country.
And he just got out of surgery as you can tell the cost -- always a pleasure thanks so much and -- with a side.
They -- aren't sure it -- -- run down a list of things that you object to in Obama cat.
Number walk in -- right in saying that you believe there will be few adopters because of Obama -- Correct.
The reason that they'll be fewer doctors is because.
Right now one of the things that makes the quality of life for doctors so -- -- Is that they have to see so many patients in a short period of time in order to maintain.
You know fiscal viability.
And that that number is going to increase now by 32 million.
Couple that with the you're going to find less and less satisfaction more more pressure and that's why you see so many concierge practice is springing up all over the country.
These doctors don't take any insurance and they take a certain number of patients who provide their primary care.
That can't continue under Obama care they'll have to find a way to put an -- to that.
They're gonna have to find a way to couple friends since positions license.
With the number of Medicare patients that they see they're gonna have to find some course of manner in order to do exactly that capacity is not going to sit well with doctors -- got it.
How about procedures.
Do you think that Sutton procedures will be not allowed to get -- don't get rid of them well.
What if it if you if you look at the European model.
England for instance and noticed that.
People over the age of sixty or 65 don't -- kidney transplants for instance.
That's just part of the policy that means most of our Supreme Court justices wouldn't be the get a kidney transplant.
You know these kinds of things necessarily come into -- restrictive system.
When we allow money.
To be the main -- And and here's the ironic thing about that we spend twice as much per capita on health care in this country -- the next closest nation.
So it's not that we don't put enough money into it but if we continue to throw.
Good money after bad money without really reforming the system -- we're gonna end up with this European style health care.
Drugs gonna possible correct.
Drugs potentially will cost more certainly medical devices because starting January 2013.
Medical device manufacturers.
Will have an additional two point 9% tax immediately placed upon them.
And not quite naturally they're -- -- be -- -- those -- on the same thing -- occur with drug manufacturers.
The -- -- that if people -- you know as you mentioned in your previous segment tax tax tax.
Because that's the only way that you can do with the ever increasing.
Amount of debt that we're dealing with and it's really not even enough -- have to deal with really the primary issues.
Doctor cost and I know that you got to get back to surgery so we're -- -- this -- the -- and so the company -- but I -- -- more important -- -- decided.
I do good at some violent cartoon about real solutions to gesture because there really are -- what when you finish -- -- -- A comeback on another day which because we -- told you about this good stuff -- I would do that thank you so.
Thing I want to break.
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