Warto zwrócić uwagę, na kilka spraw.
Maja na razie ustawe, ktora zdejmuje z ludzi koszty samych testow. Ale dla tych, ktorzy beda musieli isc do szpitala sytuacja sie komplikuje...
Sa albo nielegalni... wiec szanse na to, ze godziekolwiek sie zglosza sa minimalne... A to znaczy dalsze roznoszenie wirusa... w fabrykach, u bogatszych ludzi dla ktorych pracuja, albo brak pracy (bo przez strach zostana zwolnieni) i w praktyce zdychanie na ulicy.
Ale sa tez bardzo rozne poziomy ubepzieczenia, tego ile, za co sie placi, itd... System generalnie ma najpierw przynosic zyski, a potem leczyc, jesli sie uda... (stad ci co maja wysokie ubezpieczenia sa ofiarami tzw. nadgorliwosci - tzn. zleca sie duzo dodatkowych testow, by szpital mogl obciążyć ubezpieczalnie).
"A new analysis from the Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that the average cost of COVID-19 treatment for someone with employer insurance—and without complications—would be about $9,763. Someone whose treatment has complications may see bills about double that: $20,292. (The researchers came up with those numbers by examining average costs of hospital admissions for people with pneumonia.)
Most private health insurance plans are likely to cover most services needed to treat coronavirus complications, but that doesn’t include your deductible—the cost you pay out-of-pocket before your insurance kicks in. More than 80% of people with employer health insurance have deductibles, and last year, the average annual deductible for a single person in that category was $1,655. For individual plans, the costs are often higher. The average deductible for an individual bronze plan in 2019 was $5,861, according to Health Pocket.
In both complicated and uncomplicated cases, patients with employer-based insurance can expect out-of-pocket costs of more than $1,300, the Kaiser researchers found. "
Drogo w tych USA....
Bimota, i konkuluzja dla Ciebie
"“There is no reason why identical procedures and products should vary in price so much across countries: it illustrates the damaging effects of an inadequately regulated healthcare market," - Sackville said."
"Have you ever noticed that anybody driving slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac?" - George Carlin