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'That's how much time your HMO allots for bypass surgery.'
'Your HMO isn't convinced that you need surgery. When I say 'action!' start writhing and moaning wildly.'
"And, for insurance purposes, you must buy insurance."
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'Well, what do you expect when you meet a guy in an alley and buy health insurance called Vito's HMO?!'
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"Is there a doctor who accepts Medicaid in the house?"
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Lemonade: 'Closed. Lost Our Insurance.'
"It doesn't look good. Leave it with us overnight and hope it gets stolen."
Health insurance - medical chart
'We're playing Doctor.. I'm filing for insurance claims, and Tommy's on the phone to his lawyer.'
'Your insurance company wouldn't cover anesthesia, but they did buy the medical staff earmuffs to protect ours ears from your screaming.'
'20 years for insurance fraud?' - 'Well you added a nought to your claim, so the judge added a nought to your sentence.'
'...Jack fell down, and broke his crown, and Jill spent hours telling the insurance man, it wasn't a pre-existing condition.'
'First, insure against doing harm.'
Misread medical policy.
'We're going to need a specialist. To help fill in the insurance form.'
'The good news is your HMO has waived your co-payment on the autopsy.'
This is Ralph, your anestesiologist.
Computer sales: we now offer libel insurance for bloggers.
'They get me a lot of respect on the freeway.'
'The tests show that you've developed an ulcer from trying to figure out your health insurance coverage.'
'Before you know it you'll be out swinging a golf club at your insurance agent.'
"I don't need a second opinion, but I'm going to shop around for a better price."
'It doesn't matter when we schedule your surgery, Mrs. Root. We don't accept coupons.'
Health care reform
'His vital signs are fine. That means his insurance just ran out.'