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'Well your balance is OK...now let's check your credit card rating.'
'You can NOT be turned down for this insurance, but we reserve the right not to pay off on claims.'
Doctor Sees Patient with Dollar Sign Scar
'Before you get ecstatic . . .this is a chart of employee medical costs.'
"If you want my opinion talk of privatisation in the NHS is exaggerated...that'll be £15..."
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"You've tested positive for substantial out of pocket expenses."
"We did a full work up - heart, lungs, credit score, investments...you can afford to live another 14 years."
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"If your insurance doesn't cover it, there's always the lottery."
'The doctor will see your insurance deductible now.'
Hospital Parking Signs: Handicapped Parking - Financially Handicapped Parking.
'This is a health insurance policy, Mr. Sanders. You're sick.'
'It says take all your medication - if you can afford it.'
NHS suffers from political and media interference
'I am worried that if people start paying for their cancer treatments then they wont be able to afford to pay us...'
'I've done for you as much as the science of psychiatry can do. I'm now going to refer you to a good accountant.'
'Please don't use a cartoon font and emoticons when you prepare overdue account statements. We don't want to send the wrong message.'
'I did everything I could...within your price range, that is.'
Pay Hospital Bill Here.
'We're more worried about bankruptcy than the mortality rate with your disease.'
'He has sticker shock from his health care costs, doctor...'
A hospital chart shows health going down and bills going up.
'Take two aspirins and $100 out of the bank and see me in the morning.'
'Yes, that's why I haven't even opened your last bill.'
'I've had severe pains in the wallet-bearing area of my chest.'
'The $39.95 is for the prescription, sir, and the $7 surcharge is a little something for our handwriting expert.'