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Mark Fiore; Ode to the Pundits

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22 Responses to FREYEdae FuNNeeZ

  1. David B. Benson says:

    Yes, it is Friday but Mark Fiori is absent.

  2. micki says:

    Krugman in Snatching Healthcare Away from Millions is losing all credibility IMO. Why he continues to praise the ACA is a mystery. His inability to point out its flaws is an impediment to productive discussions to improve it.

  3. David B. Benson says:

    It snowed just a touch last night, leaving a combination of more melt and frozen in the shade. Treacherous so the stick walk to the Old Post Office took a slow 33 minutes. Some sun anyway.

    • David B. Benson says:

      Home again was less slippery so 65 minutes for the round trip.

      Day 6: 160+65=225 minutes already in the winter.

  4. Den says:

    Ankle improved with Ibuprophen. I got up early to go to the transmission shop for an oil change, it looked nasty, then had lunch at a Mongolian BBque, hit the grocery store for carrots and beer, now Im here.

  5. micki says:

    http://khn.org/news/observation-care-faq/

    http://khn.org/news/hospital-surprise-medicares-observation-care/

    Lest anyone think that I was giving Carol unwarranted advice on inpatient v. observation status when a Medicare patient is occupying a hospital bed, take a look at both links above. This SURPRISE feature of inpatient v. observation is becoming more prevalent.

    What the short video doesn’t point out is that, even if a person has been admitted as inpatient, their status can be changed to observation status during their stay. There is no obligation on the part of the hospital to notify the patient until discharge. (That will change Jan 1, 2017) It is imperative that the patient (if able) or their proxy (advocate..i.e. spouse, family member) inquire each day re status of patient.

    One can also go to: medicare.gov for more information

  6. jimhitchcock says:

    So…I finally made it out to the mailbox after work today, because it was still light out.

    Thanks, Den and Carol, put a big smile on my face. And yes, Carol, you and Seamus would have been instant friends 🙂

  7. Den says:

    Oh no, not the Russian Bears again!

  8. David B. Benson says:

    Tomorrow will be too long. Blaim the tides…

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