Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Blue Cross Blue Shield Providers

You know, people in this country always complain about the health system, but they do not really realize just how much worse they have it. I work as a blue cross blue shield provider, so I can really offer an expert and unbiased opinion on this whole issue, so let me tell you, the health care system is pretty good. People often send in complaints to blue cross blue shield providers like myself complaining about the long wait time that they have to get in to see a physician, but do they really understand how much shorter their wait is than that in most other countries? I doubt it, I really do. Whatever complaint you have about your blue cross blue shield provider, or other health care provider, you should really see how it is in Europe, where visits to a specialist can take months. Sure, all of the health care is free there, and they still have some of the greatest care in the world, but all I am saying is that our health care is better, and that that fact is worth the cost. And they always talk to me as if I became a blue cross blue shield provider merely to make their lives difficult and to deny them treatment. Sure, as a blue cross blue shield provider I want to deny treatment whenever it is possible – this is just simply good business. But the way that blue cross blue shield health insurance works is that, whether we like it or not, if you are covered and really are sick, nine times out of ten we will give you the care that you require. And 9 out of 10 isn't bad, now is it? Honestly, the complaints I hear as a blue cross blue shield provider make my head spin. We actually had a woman who had the nerve to come in hear and whine about how we would not insure her with cancer! Now that is ridiculous. We are here to make profit. Why would a blue cross blue shield provider want to pay for her cancer treatment now that she is sick. If she had acted with a little foresight and gotten a blue cross blue shield provider before she got sick in the first place, she would be covered by now. What I am saying is that, no matter how you look at it, it is her own fault. Let's just hope they can give her chemotherapy over the counter!


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