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    The Dilemma of Health Insurance for All

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    Do you think that the factors the insurance companies use are fair to consumers?

    Diagnosis is an inappropriate activity for case managers. Instead, "encouraging patient compliance" and "suggesting alternative treatments" are appropriate. Why?

    It is good for everyone to have health insurance. However, some people argue that "insurance for all" is more in the interest of those with medical problems. Do you agree?

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    1.) The factors that insurance companies use are fair to consumers, due to the fact that these factors help to determine the probability of consumers contracting certain health conditions, and subsequently the costs that would be incurred by the insurance company, which makes it pertinent that higher risk individuals are charged higher premiums as a business precaution.

    2.) Diagnosis is an inappropriate ...

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    This solution discusses some dilemmas of health insurance.