Fresh from the SiCKo threads...
Tonight, Frontline aired "Sick around America".
They came to many of the same fundamental conclusions.
You can watch the whole 1 hour show and read extended interviews, etc here:
There's a GREAT interview with the head of the Kaiser Foundation and
how they were forced to get a new policy for their employees.
The Henry J Kaiser Foundation!
They were built on the very thing they now can't afford!
If I couldn't laugh at irony, I'd cry a lot more.
I went into medicine to change some of these appalling oversights.
And I'm not disillusioned yet.
Just angrier. And as anyone in psyche will tell you
"Anger is good. We can work with anger. We can't work with apathy."
What do y'all think of Frontline's take on healthcare in America?