Snippets From AMAC Chief: on EBola In The USA!

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Don’t Let The Ebola Virus Scare You, Says AMAC!


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According to Lifescript, the virus is believed to be spread by bats or other infected animals. When the animals are handled, or people have contact with their excrement, humans can come down with the disease.  It can be spread by infected males during sexual intercourse.Two American aid workers who had been helping Ebola victims in West Africa and who were infected on the job were flown to the U.S. for treatment this week at Emory University Hospital.  Emory has special isolation facilities for victims of infectious diseases and works closely with the Centers for Disease Control, which is also located in Atlanta.

The AMAC chief pointed out that the disease is prevalent in the lower 48 states.  Hawaii and Alaska have not ever had a documented case of West Nile Virus, perhaps because of their geographic locations.  He said that the peak season for the disease is June through September and that prevention is easy: just avoid mosquito bites.

“Use insect repellents on your treks out of doors.  Ask your physician or pharmacist which repellents are the most effective.  As an added precaution, keep yourself relatively covered up in the evenings if you are venturing out; that’s the time of day when mosquitoes are most active.  Indoors, make sure that screens are in good repair.  Finally, mosquitoes breed in standing water, so make sure to check gutters, birdbaths, pet feeders that may be close to your house.”

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You’re contradicting yosuerlf. The federal government subsidizes every dollar a private Medicare Advantage plan pays for services. Every dollar of Medicare Advantage coverage costs 114% of what Medicare would’ve spent. The private companies said they needed that 14% subsidy in order to be profitable. Why we don’t just pay dollar for dollar through Medicare is a mystery.{Private health plans, now called Medicare Advantage plans, were first allowed to participate in Medicare because some policymakers believed they could provide better services at a lower cost than traditional Medicare. In fact, because it was anticipated private plans would be so efficient, the government initially paid them five percent less for each beneficiary they enrolled than it would have cost to cover that same beneficiary in traditional Medicare.In 25 years time, the powerful health insurance industry lobby has been extremely successful in turning this rationalization on its head. Instead of paying private plans less to reflect the efficiencies they argued would save the government money, Medicare now pays them significantly more than it would cost to cover the same beneficiaries through traditional fee-for-service Medicare. In fact, today the government pays an average of 14 percent more to cover a beneficiary in a private Medicare Advantage plan than it would cost to cover that same beneficiary in traditional Medicare. And some types of private plans can receive much larger payments. For example, Private Fee-For-Service plans are paid about 17 percent more than traditional Medicare and plans in some localities are paid 50 percent more than traditional Medicare. In simple dollar terms, Medicare pays about $ 1,000 more a year to cover a beneficiary in a private plan than it would cost to provide care to that same beneficiary under traditional Medicare. These additional costs are absorbed by the Medicare program at a time when health care costs are growing exponentially, both for the federal government and for beneficiaries, and when some are insisting that the federal government cannot afford to continue supporting entitlement programs such as Medicare over the long-term.The National Committee believes continuing to overpay private insurance companies to provide services that could be more affordably and efficiently provided by the traditional Medicare program is unconscionable. The privatization of Medicare will ultimately unravel the universal protection Medicare currently provides. Achieving that privatization by subsidizing private industry participation in Medicare is doubly harmful to the program, and ultimately to the beneficiaries who depend on Medicare for their health insurance coverage. }*So, cutting that subsidy to the insurers is a good thing. We will save money in the long-run with near-universal coverage because people will get preventive care during their lives. By the time they reach retirement age, they won’t need to most expensive form of acute care because they will be healthier.