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Although governments and bureaucratic insurance companies dominate American health -- there are still a couple.
-- areas where the free market rules because the patient pays directly.
Our special correspondent -- visited a cosmetic dermatologist.
And a lazy guy search.
We have to provide.
Excellent quality service to be competitive because our patients who are.
Self paying in the premarket.
They don't want to wait an hour to see you don't expect what are the benefits for not having to go through insurance company.
Enormous amount of paperwork that's required.
Before and after we don't have -- departments dedicated to insurance company.
And he's since he competes against utterly -- surgeons for patience he needs to have the best equipment.
The patients are quite savvy so.
If it's not the advance spent the second -- there they're gonna leave it to Google away to see what the best this.
Technology is new when I graduated.
From residency we had one -- one pillar both -- wasn't even approved.
This is just in the last.
Fifteen years that we have all these pop back this is a cosmetic dermatologist she must have the latest equipment to attract and maintain customers.
I happen to have fourteen different places I've bought them -- -- new resurfacing lasers and -- related and keep patients both of these doctors are very accessible.
Do you yourself -- -- to patients might Haitians have my cell phone they have my email address and I try to be accessible at all times.
We have office -- Saturdays.
We operate the 7 PM we have a doctor available 24/7.
We have to be great to be competitive.
It sounds nice most of you I bet don't have such good.
Care of the third fatal it's.
Make themselves available that many hour wind up and you high five your doctor seriously how many people go around doing that.
All right but this is lazy eye surgery cosmetic surgery.
Elective stuff mostly for wealthier people doesn't take care of the big stuff.
Now this is -- stuff that works and people find a way to pay for it and that I have to tell you like.
This free market system this model.
I would should reply to other areas of Madison because of the doctors.
Have to be invested in their customers and their customers show their appreciation by going back continuously.
-- heart surgery isn't elected how -- the market work.
You find the best -- -- -- you look for customer reviews here you look at someone's academic history do you pay for.
Well I mean you have insurance -- -- -- insurance insurance for catastrophes.
Like heart surgery that's what insurance -- designed for it wasn't designed to pay for 80%.
As every single minor medical -- -- you might stumble upon throughout the year.
It's really supposed to be for those lights didn't think in fact.
I stopped today because I spent a year without health insurance because I -- -- -- and couldn't get it the system is not perfect.
Trust me but when I didn't have insurance I had to go to my doctors and say.
What -- you charge me since I'm outside the system and we work together she said her fun with it was she the doctor gave you a discount doctor day said.
Her father who is a position taught her people who can pay for -- -- -- -- people who can only pay a little bit.
They'll pay a little bit some people can't pay you help them out she said she would have negotiated a -- with me outside of insurance.
And in this little area free market Madison what's happened to the price is interesting that.
Quality of plastic surgery keeps improving and the prices have come down 25%.
And the technology keeps improving because customers demand it.
And that when you have that sort of influence from what people really want it's going to make the service.
Better cosmetic services they've only gone up by 23%.
Inflation by 59%.
Medical services have gone up by a 108%.
When compared with one another.
Free market works wonders so thank you candidates.
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