September 4, 2010

Review: Health Scare: The Truth Behind America's Health Care Crisis

Trying to understand how to fix America's health care system is almost enough to give you health problems of your own. Why is health care too expensive for millions of Americans to afford? Why does health care reform always seem to make things even worse than they already were? If these issues give you headaches and hypertension, you're not alone-but health care industry veteran Rene P. Moret is here to help. Health Scare explains how the Band-Aids applied to the health care system have done nothing to heal its fundamental flaws, and prescribes the solutions Americans need to nurse the system back to health.

Health care has been the subject of many debates. There was more insight in this book than I could ever have imagined. I have gone without insurance and to be honest it almost costs the same as long as you don't have to get any tests done. I learned a lot from Rene's book and I encourage you to read up on this important topic.

Synergy Books
August 24, 2010
168 pages
$14.95 US

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for free from Phenix & Phenix. All opinions expressed are 100% mine. If you purchase a book using my Amazon or Barnes and Noble link, I will receive a small portion of the purchase price.

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  1. Being a nurse, I have watched the changes in healthcare for the past almost 40 years. I would be very interested in reading this book and hearing his opinions and suggestions.

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  2. It really worries me, the way our health care system is set up. I would like to read this book.

  3. I'm in my 20s and this book is so relevant to me as I consider my future health care plans. Thanks for the review!

  4. This sounds interesting. Health care expenses and available choices are mind boggling. So much to think about, and such a major outlay in terms of my monthly income.

  5. I'd love to share this book with my boyfriend!


  6. I like your viewpoint on insurance costs!

  7. It sounds like a very good book.

  8. I would like to read this. I come from a family that is passionate about healthcare and healthcare reform.

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