Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Money Won't Buy You Health Insurance

Donna Dubinsky writes:
This isn't the story of a poor family with a mother who has a dreadful disease that bankrupts them, or a child who has to go without vital medicines. Unlike many others, my family can afford medical care, with or without insurance.
Instead, this is a story about how broken the market for health insurance is, even for those who are healthy and are willing and able to pay for it.
Click here to read Ms Dubinsky's story.

Co-founder of Palm, Inc and Handspring, Ms Dubinsky has been called "one of the most important businesswomen in the United States" for her pioneering work in the development and strategic marketing of handheld computing devices.

1 comment:

  1. Hmmmmm... I doubt if Ms. Dubinsky's idea of cutting off Congress's health care deal if they repeal the current law will work; I have a feeling that insurance companies would stumble over themselves in their haste to offer a congressperson coverage just to insure that they had a voice in Congress.