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Confirmed cases of Swine Flu and the United States right now take a look at the map.
Boy has this map -- let me just tell your right now we are now coast to coast with Swine Flu from Maine.
And you've got one confirmed death of course down in these tech -- -- Texas the great state.
What that toddler that was visiting his family from Mexico.
The World Health Organization is warning right now that we are on the verge of a pandemic.
And joining us now Alan Miller he is the CEO of united health services and it's that they can remain with us we were -- ultimately -- universal -- I'm so sorry it says united there universal.
Alan you know we're we're gonna talk about your recorder and -- in your earnings your companies actually been doing very well but -- I do want to first get your take on.
After -- while your experience in the industry what you make of this Swine Flu are we overreacting you think it's -- I don't know about that but I can say that the hospital the -- prepared.
We have but we're all prepared for disasters were prepared for this kind of -- thing.
And we are trained we are talking about -- few times -- -- so we're all we're all prepared.
And we'll see what happens within we'll see how.
Probation that is what -- where we're prepared and will say.
Fine I know I know Swine Flu the headline but I also let talking about being prepared.
How prepared are you for the next hundred days were were -- expected to start getting more details from the Obama administration on universal health care so.
Compared to say.
He is -- put forth a plan is trying to get.
Put together and proposed that and in the process by the end of July you by the end of June or July.
And it's very ambitious.
It seems to be something that is a pushing us towards -- national nationalized system.
I think that it's not a very good system.
In other countries.
Hopefully ours -- not what he's talking about will not be the British system -- the Canadian system.
Which involves rationing.
No question about it except of course and ration and I don't think Americans are interest in -- and but I would like to see some things corrected.
And you can make improvements in the margins.
And we have a great system I'd hate to see it.
Yeah I need -- -- was passed with 51 votes because it's part of the budget reconciliation mountain.
Process that would be -- Philip you know sixty votes it would mean yeah -- -- You know maybe 51 but you know the question about the pandemic though it.
We are concerned -- ratchet up from three to level five it seems like that's imminent wet when you saw that what was your reaction.
And -- said -- we're prepared forward.
On him are you concerned we -- -- concern right now and again that was pretty rapid that in that level of ratcheting up I'm not really cool -- -- -- about how they -- different levels well since you're the CEO latest -- -- hearings to quell talk about your company I assure him you beat analysts' estimates are kind of line on your revenue that you really did beat earnings per share why is surprising.
Got what I think fifteen analysts are covering.
Recommendation up on you.
So you we really are in a strong position what what in the quarter did you find it really helped Obama -- company I think you have problem.
-- and the fact that well managed.
That we made our quarter.
Basically on expense control.
A bomb our revenues.
Our our -- of business was generally -- to -- a little bit.
But it was basically expense control.
We are the only investment grade credit and I and our space on -- of course are not huge.
We are very tightly controlled.
We have excellent facilities.
Great reputation and that'll hold us in good stead going forward.
I want to let our viewers know it you're your stock is down just slightly today -- -- should -- everybody your earnings came out on Monday so he already had.
Close and then today Friday and we don't want to you know as a CNN charts got to look pretty good -- -- I mean admit it.
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