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February 18, 2010


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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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