We’re talking ObamaCare – again – today.
We have an outspoken doctor. She is also a patient-advocate.
Dr. Elaina George has a list of medical credentials. You can see them at her website -- D-R ELAINA GEORGE DOT-COM
She has practiced in New York and Georgia.
She was recently honored with membership in The Leading Physicians of the World and Who’s Who Top Honors Edition.
She also has her own radio show. And she is speaking out about ObamaCare. And we’re going to get her take – directly from the front lines of medical care.
Dr. Elaina George, thanks for joining us today.
Before we get to ObamaCare, would you say your specialty is Ear, Nose, Throat, and Head and Neck area?
So, here’s what our health care insurance system should be. It should be two-tiered. The first tier is catastrophic insurance for everyone. This will cover major life-threatening and life-changing health problems and its financial debt. “Your money or your life” is not a free-market principle. But along with this first stage of universal catastrophic care, we also need a second stage -- a free-market system that allows everyone – not their employers and not the health insurance industry – to bargain and negotiate for health care service and procedures that are not life-threatening.
Elaina, tell me where I am wrong?