- Posted February 26, 2013 by
Los Angeles, California
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Bitter pill: The cost of health care in the U.S.
Medicare at 37 with undecided MDs?
I look forward to hearing from anyone specifically who is interested in healthcare reform. While I worked on some ancillary preliminary mock ups to help revamp the transparency of hospital minutia as an ex administrator of hospitals, I want you to just reread my statement. I am an EX administrator of hospitals. I was not going to throw my hat in with those people who don't think keeping an I-9 on file for cleaning staff were important. I feel if I was in a coma; I would want to know if the person dressing my wounds was actually a citizen and traceable by law if something should go wrong. That is not the case for more of these longer term care facilities. I just buried my grandpa after wrestling to get him back at home for his last few weeks of life. My family came to me for help, even though I'm considered :cray cray: by the state of California. My grandma who is well off still won't pay an ambulance bill for transferring him home. My grandpa was a WWII veteran with a purple heart and many noble accomplishments. I was shocked that the president had something whispered to my grandma at the service and can turn a blind eye to his grand-daughter in the same breath.
Hey, America, let's take back our healthcare system from a slew of under trained administrators because the doctors are burdened by paying out retarded malpractice insurance amts and there is nothing out there going to start paying them back for offering us instead, the fresh air, clean water, healthy food and uniting exercise programs in the community until we build it. WE have to build it. This is a great country and I for one, am sick of being told that I am not "paying" or "losing" anything other than time I could be working. I sit with the other elderly patients and think to myself, Well I have time, BUT DO THEY?
Much love to you citizens paying full price. Don't, in 3 years with a chronic illness and no income you too can be bounced around and told ER's are full by your medicare recipients. You didn't really think that money went to me and my social network did you? It goes directly to a clerk who turned me away last month when i couldn't breathe after exposure to high levels of ammonia. I have medicare, it didn't matter. I am fully covered, it didn't matter. If I had been 54 it might have been ironic. In my case, it just isn't wise to ask someone to treat me for a severe breathing situation if I am only a crazy person who survived torture for over three months during a crime. I think maybe, we can find a drone for this perp. I just wouldn't know where to start but the great Oz and removing the gold standard. It begins with a heart tin man, a heart. I can't be a PTSD sufferer and also have physical injuries. That wouldn't fit the line item criteria for most HMO plans. I am one or the other, a body or a brain. When that divorce ends I will truly be a child of our people. Until then, I have to choose if I want to live in a house or on the street. I have to choose if I want to turn my family in for abuse or run into the hills and call myself the crazy one. I wonder if there is a system that is provided for partial handi caps and if so, why they are choked out by the state here so severely. Who sells these contracts stating they will "end homelessness" and at the same time cure all chronic illness. I need a break. Someone send for me in tahiti and teach me how you have done healthcare correctly. I get up to 5 months to live outside fo the US on your dimes. I say we open up a cool medical release form camp that is a vacation resort where your only job is to tell the truth about how your body and brain are both doing and then get paired with a doctors without borders partner and never look back to state policy again for federal issues that won't get resolved because we can only vote on state problems. I got captured across my state lines. Nobody will prosecute the perp in the other state. I think this is a sad day for California, punishing her citizens and forcing them back into federal formularies and housing programs but not addressing the real issues at home.
Big love and waiting for my invite to Hawaii post haste.