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specialist · 2017-07-11 · Original thread
Switching to a single payer would reduce fraud. Because simplified rules are easier to adult. A cynic might even say the USA's healthcare system is purpose built to maxmize fraud.

https://www.amazon.com/Healthcare-Fraud-Auditing-Detection-G...

specialist · 2014-08-31 · Original thread
Single payer accounting is greatly simplified, so is easier to audit, so has less fraud. Comparatively. In the real world.

http://www.amazon.com/Healthcare-Fraud-Auditing-Detection-Gu...

Also, you misspelled "corporatist oligarchy" as "free market". Easy mistake.

specialist · 2014-02-11 · Original thread
massively corrupt

The data, comparative experiences, and commons sense, disagrees with you.

Single payer is easier to audit. Because it's more simple.

Healthcare Fraud: Auditing and Detection Guide [2012] http://www.amazon.com/Healthcare-Fraud-Auditing-Detection-Gu...

Healthcare Fraud: Auditing and Detection Guide [2007] http://www.amazon.com/Healthcare-Fraud-Auditing-Detection-Gu...

And before you say "tort reform", single payer and universal coverage largely eliminates need for malpractice insurance. Again, because we have existence proofs (every country that has single payer) that discerning people can use to inform their opinions.

specialist · 2014-02-11 · Original thread
massively corrupt

The data, comparative experiences, and commons sense, disagrees with you.

Single payer is easier to audit. Because it's more simple.

Healthcare Fraud: Auditing and Detection Guide [2012] http://www.amazon.com/Healthcare-Fraud-Auditing-Detection-Gu...

Healthcare Fraud: Auditing and Detection Guide [2007] http://www.amazon.com/Healthcare-Fraud-Auditing-Detection-Gu...

And before you say "tort reform", single payer and universal coverage largely eliminates need for malpractice insurance. Again, because we have existence proofs (every country that has single payer) that discerning people can use to inform their opinions.

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