Calif RN disagrees with CNA in many ways. Am I alone? - page 10

Hello! I am new to this site but felt compelled to ask the question. Am I the only RN in Calif that disagrees with CNA's "teamster tactics" regarding important health care and nursing issues? These... Read More

  1. by   pickledpepperRN
    Is this the legislation being discussed?

    Medicare For All
    H.R. 676: The Conyers Bill
    Brief Summary of Legislation

    http://www.healthcare-now.org/printsummarytest.html

    http://www.healthcare-now.org/single...sid=4&subid=24

    Healthcare-NOW!
    http://www.healthcare-now.org/hr676.php?sid=4&subid=16

    The United States National Health Insurance Act establishes an American-styled national insurance program.
    The bill would create a publicly financed, privately delivered health care program that uses the already existing Medicare program by expanding and improving it to all U.S. residents, and all residents living in U.S. territories. The goal of the legislation is to ensure that all Americans, guaranteed by law, will have access to the highest quality and cost effective health care services regardless of ones employment, income, or health care status.
  2. by   fergus51
    Quote from mobilsurgrn
    I don't think it's directly about money. I think recognition may go away in a one-payor model.
    :chuckle Trust me, it doesn't. I worked at the two busiest hospitals in Canada as far as L&D/NICU were concerned and the competition was fierce! The nurses were always sure their hospital was the best. In Toronto, there were 3 NICUs within a mile of so of eachother and of course, mine was the best:chuckle (I'm sure nurses at the other places thought theirs was better, but our staff would have argued on that).
  3. by   mobilsurgrn
    OK, I'll have to trust your experience on that...

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