So You're Going To Die: Where Your Priority Is Death Man

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So You're Going To Die: Where Your Priority Is Death Man
So You're Going To Die:Where Your Priority Is Death Man
    "In 'Betting on Health,' Thomas Miller takes readers on a gripping journey through the complexities of healthcare coverage as experienced by an unsuspecting retiree. The protagonist, an elderly individual, thought he had secured comprehensive healthcare through Medicare Advantage, only to find himself entangled in a web of deceit and manipulation. As the story unfolds, the protagonist's initial trust in his Medicare Advantage plan shatters when he discovers that essential specialists are not covered, leaving him to shoulder hefty out-of-pocket expenses. Faced with the stark reality that his diligently paid premiums did not guarantee the care he needed, a series of conflicts ensue, unraveling the true nature of his healthcare coverage. The narrative delves into the protagonist's escalating health struggles, exacerbated by the bureaucratic hurdles within his Medicare Advantage network. Denied prompt access to necessary care, the protagonist faces cancellations, rescheduling, and prolonged waits for appointments, all orchestrated by the plan to cut costs. This revelation exposes a systemic tactic employed by the Medicare Advantage plan, turning patients into unwitting pawns in a profit-driven game. The climax hits when the protagonist discovers he's blacklisted as a high-utilizer, leading to denied coverage for critical treatments. Financial strain intensifies, propelling the protagonist to take a stand. 'Betting on Health' transforms into a rallying cry as the protagonist unites with fellow seniors victimized by the same scam, demanding transparency and respect from their Medicare Advantage plans. In a gripping resolution, the elderly protagonist emerges victorious, forcing policy changes in the face of relentless protests and negotiations. 'Betting on Health' concludes with the protagonist reflecting on his struggle, emphasizing the importance of standing up for one's rights and inspiring a legacy of demanding better healthcare for all. This documentary-style novel serves as a cautionary tale and a call to action, urging readers to question the integrity of their healthcare plans and advocating for a system that prioritizes transparency, accountability, and the dignity of every individual seeking care."
    18 - 99

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