Most people are not health care experts, but then neither are they financially tied to the insurance industry or pharmaceutical manufacturers except in so far as their medical premiums help pay executive salaries, increase the bottom line of those business interests and nourish the stockholders invested in them. But is the business of providing medical coverage the same kind of venture as, say, banking? What are acceptable profit margins when addressing the health care of human beings? Should absolutely all things function under a capitalistic umbrella driven by concerns about how the Stock Market responds?
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