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February 18, 2010

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Jardinero1

Even if the public option is less desirable but well run(an oxymoron?), it would not be an effective bargainer and would contribute to the inflation of prices in healthcare provision. A public payer does not have a bottom line to meet or go out of business like a private payer does. Thus, a public payer is more willing and will always pay more than a private payer. This, by itself, would force private payers from the market eventually.

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