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  1. Is there an [unholy] alliance developing between health providers and the finance services industry?

    In dentists’ and doctors’ offices, hearing aid centers and pain clinics, American health care is forging a lucrative alliance with American finance.

    A growing number of health care professionals are urging patients to pay for treatment not covered by their insurance plans with credit cards and lines of credit that can be arranged quickly in the provider’s office.

    The cards and loans, which were first marketed about a decade ago for cosmetic surgery and other elective procedures, are now proliferating among older Americans, who often face large out-of-pocket expenses for basic care that is not covered by Medicare or private insurance.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/14/business/economy/patients-mired-in-costly-credit-from-doctors.html?emc=edit_tnt_20131013&tntemail0=y&_r=0&pagewanted=all

    Hope Rachel Hetico RN MHA
    via Austin Frakt PhD

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