Health insurance and the paradox of choice

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It's that time of year again, when we get to change health care plans. There's nothing like spending a day trying to figure out whether a 90/70 PPO plan with a $500 deductible and 80% home health care is better than a 90/70 Managed POS plan with a $750 deductible and 90% home health care benefit (not to mention the Blue Shield and Aetna variants) to make you appreciate a a one-size-fits all single payer plan.

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If you ever need someone to walk you through a Canadian emergency room during flu season, let me know. It'll put some pep back in that pencil.

Just be glad you live in California. After spending time on the east coast, I pine for the service of doctors in large western HMOs. For worse service than their western counterparts, I also get the privelege of paying twice as much for eastern health care.

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