Costa Rica News – When the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in the USA in March 2010, President Obama promised that health care would be cheap and repeatedly assured Americans that if they liked their health plan and their doctor, they could keep them.
Neither assurance has come true. Millions of people are losing their preferred coverage, tens of thousands of doctors plan to give up work rather than deal with the ACA, and their costs are rising steeply.
So where will we all go for health care in future?
Obamacare will lead to higher medical costs with more employers dropping medical insurance for their employees. Obamacare actually gives employers incentives to drop out of providing medical insurance to their employees. (The fee to pay penalty is less than cost per employee covered.) This will lead to more employers dropping insurance and the taxpayer picking up more costs. Individuals will lose incentive to make prudent choices on healthcare costs because someone else will be paying for it.
More of us will find inexpensive value health care offshore and, regardless of how hard the president, Congress, governors, insurance commissioners or legislators attempt to regulate or control it, Americans will fly away for treatment.
More and more are looking outside the U.S. for treatment as Obamacare and government-dominated state health care exchanges like Washington’s take control of our health care weaken. The rapidly increasing costs and quagmire of rules, regulations and limitations are driving Americans to look to further countries for treatment.
There is a deluge of American patients heading abroad for surgeries and other medical and dental treatments. There’s been between a 20 percent and a 30 percent growth rate for this sort of travel in just the last five years.
Americans are known for their inventiveness and resourcefulness. Do the supporters of government-run health care really believe we are going to sit back and let state and federal bureaucrats decree our health care, limit our choices and load us up with higher premiums and taxes while they upsurge the federal deficit to fund government run health care?
The answer is clear. Not a chance.
Dental Tourism in Costa Rica is becoming more and more popular with the fact that the prices are up to 70% less than the USA and the care is equal to that in clinics in the USA. There are only 1 or 2 clinics that The Costa Rican Times recommends due to personal experiences there. One is The Costa Rican Dental Team which is the only American run clinic in Costa Rica with the highest standards in service and modern facilities. Saving $2500 or more on dental procedures like dental implants with a short flight to paradise is becoming more and more popular.
There are only 1 or 2 clinics that The Costa Rican Times recommends due to personal experiences there. One is Costa Rica Dental Team which is the only American run clinic in Costa Rica with the highest standards in service and modern facilities. Saving $2500 or more on dental procedures like dental implants with a short flight to paradise is becoming more and more popular.
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