Category: ethics

The costly house

The LLC buffet line, all you can eat co-pays and more!

Jun 08, 2009 - ethics, healthcare - 1 Comments - Standard
The costly house

The costly house

Morgan: “Listen, I know you are creaming the top of insurances. I know what goes on, I am in health care.

Answer, “Might be.”

Morgan’s response, “Well, I am an Admin in health care I know what goes on. Listen, cancel both my appointments. It’s too bad that you are doing that. I will get a clinic where they are more realistic on such prices.”

(175 dollars for 45 minutes and for a non-physician with a masters degree.… Read the rest

Laundry

The help-wanted laundry list? A way around it?

Jun 04, 2009 - economy, ethics, family - 15 Comments - Standard
Laundry list

Laundry list

In today’s economy we all want a bit of a break from hard times. Not many places are willing to give us that break. For working families a lot has been on your mind. Your job, your families jobs, your children’s future and their education. You think about your retirement and your children’s health care as well as how they are going to get that internship while in college.… Read the rest

bread and the lack of

The run around and we get sick by it….

May 29, 2009 - ethics, family - 4 Comments - Standard
the lack of bread

the lack of bread

Even in a city such as New York, 53% of food agencies for the poor have had to cut portion size in 2004, and 48 have closed down for lack of food donations. This lifeboat ethics might be the case with our own refrigerators. In an unbound, unregulated economy, food is give to those who can afford what the market will bear; those who cannot post purchase price starve.… Read the rest