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The Scottish National Health Service has some of the worst treatment times in the United Kingdom. Thirty-seven percent of people entering the emergency department in late October had to wait more than four hours to be admitted, transferred or treated. The NHS struggles to hire workers and struggles to treat all those who need care. Supposedly the founding principles of the NHS is that care is free and paid for by tax dollars rather than charging patients for care.
Donald Trump presided over radical deregulation of our health care system by presidential execution order. Fears that Joe Biden would completely reverse course are proving premature.
Secretary Xavier Becerra wants Congress to take legislative action to permanently expand access to telehealth by enabling HHS to reach rural communities with quality broadband access, working with states to expand interstate telehealth and including behavioral health provisions within telehealth legislation.
Over the years I have talked to people who faced medical bills for care they needed but could not pay. In a couple cases I told them about CareCredit, the largest medical care lender. For example, the lady who owns the salon where my wife used to go needed eye surgery. She was happy to learn there was an easy way to make payments for surgery. Our dog’s veterinarian and the equine vet that cares for my wife’s horse both take CareCredit. I’ve even met a plastic surgeon who accepts CareCredit. If your budget can’t take an $8,000 hit for a facelift you can finance it over time putting down a couple thousand dollars and maybe pay $200 a months for several years with interest.