The GOTP Scare Mongers are Already at work Scaring folks about having their Personal Info & Health Records in An Accessible Data Base That Any Care Giver or Insurance Company can tap into a computer "The Better to TREAT You With, My Dear!" (** insert Big-Bad-Wolf.gif)
Talk about Saving Money & Improving HealthCare not to mention improving the outcome by accessing your records in a timely manner in the event of an EMERGENCY!!!
It makes me NUTZ that every time I see a new doctor spread out all over New Jersey, he has To Start Out by Running the SAME DAMN BATTERY Of TESTS Every Other Doctor Before Him Has ALREADY CHARGED MY INSURANCE FOR DOING!
Or Making an APPOINTMENT just to HAND-DELIVER Little Hand-Written-Notes between doctors... then wait in the Waiting Room for the Little Hand-Written Reply! **rinse & repeat**
Or being brought in to the ER after having had a car accident... then having to wait for them to contact the Lab to have them send up someone to draw blood to check if I have Type II Diabetes.
It would sure Save A LOT of Muss-Fuss & Bother (not to mention TIME & MONEY) to access all my records, Primary Care Physician, Existing Conditions, Up-To-Date LIST of MEDICATIONS etc
OR DOES THAT MAKE TOO DAMN MUCH SENSE?
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