Leif: And they had insurance. It just didn’t cover all of the bills, in the end.
Thorn: Why would insurance “not cover” a medical bill?
Leif: How could they stay in business if they didn’t set any limits?
Thorn: How are they allowed to call it “health insurance” if it doesn’t cover all of your health?
Leif: . . . are Ceanska health plans just really expensive to buy?
One long and rocky explanation of “publicly-funded universal health coverage” later
Leif: . . .
I don’t understand how this system is in any way economically viable.
Thorn: If you want the numbers, you will have to go looking on the net. I am a knight, not an economizer.