Cautious patients help UnitedHealth

  • Article by: STEVE ALEXANDER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 19, 2012 - 10:01 PM

A 3 percent rise in profit, thanks in part to fewer big claims, beat Wall Street estimates.

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birchtreeApr. 20, 12 5:04 PM

It's hilarious that the Strib business staff looks at people not going to the doctor as "helping" UnitedHealth instead of as a health care crisis going on in America. I am one of those people who has quit going to the doctor. I pay thousands of dollars in health insurance premiums each year, yet my deductible is still so high that if I went in for anything other than cancer or some other catastrophic cause, I would still have to fully pay for it out of my own pocket. I don't have actual health care, I have health insurance - which are two very different things. Paying something for nothing used to be called FRAUD. But politicians are addicted to health insurance company campaign donations and have institutionalized this FRAUD on the American people. It's disgraceful.

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