ISBN-13: 9781460985175 / Angielski / Miękka / 2011 / 118 str.
This memoir reveals the secret that is being kept from the American voter concerning the impact of a single payer, national health care system on personal injury litigation--especially between employers and their employees. This monograph is a must read for employees, employers, and physicians who are dealing with hand/wrist/arm injuries. The author recounts 15 years of experiences with treatment, exploration, and discovery concerning hand, wrist, and forearm injuries, including the impact of insurance procedures and legal procedures. A traditional herb was found to be helpful for the author, who came to understand the impact of a single payer health plan on American personal injury law and contemporary business practices that tend to see employees as objects to be exploited rather than as human beings. An analysis is given of the current business goals of 'capturing profit' and 'outsourcing costs' with regard to companies unloading injured employees onto Medicaid and the Medicare/Social Security Disabity system at taxpayer rather than stockholder expense.