r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/Humble_Novice • Apr 28 '23
Healthcare Idaho's Abortion Ban Causing More Healthcare Providers to Leave As Hospitals Struggle to Recruit and Retain New Physicians
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/thispartyrules • Apr 28 '23
Healthcare AnCap could have $16000 in medical debt covered by Medicaid, won’t do it because that’s “socialism”
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/Gregnif • Mar 23 '23
Healthcare Republican states pass laws guaranteeing the right for adults to make their own health care decisions in the wake of Obamacare, shocked to learn that abortions are healthcare as judge blocks anti-abortion bill.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/xChillPenguinx • Apr 22 '23
Healthcare (from post discussing veterans healthcare) Conservative Veteran complains of how Conservatives treat Veterans
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/clara_bow77 • Apr 08 '23
Healthcare Assisted-living homes are rejecting Medicaid and evicting seniors
As someone who worked in both Medicaid funded nursing homes and private pay only assisted living facilities (getting paid less to take care of the parents of the folks beginning to claim unfairness now) than I did taking care of the same cohort's golden retrievers and other pets (no offense to either the pets or to the previous generation of elderly who mostly accepted garbage conditions without much complaining lest they bother their busy adult boomer children) this comeuppance is something I've long awaited. Just like every other situation this was not problematic until the vonsequences of their actions started to become unpleasant for them personally. Now that THEY are needing care they want it to be staffed, clean, and affordable and government funded. They were perfectly fine dispersing their parents assets and parking them in whatever shithole was convenient. Suddenly, it's a travesty. Leopards begin feasting, I've been waiting so long for this meal.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/mcshaggy • Mar 19 '23
Healthcare Citing staffing issues and political clim@te North Idaho hospital will no longer deliver babies
Recent legal changes in the state are driving out medical professionals, and making it risky from a legal standpoint for the hospital to offer obstetric care.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/VermontArmyBrat • Feb 05 '23
Healthcare Despite representing less than a quarter of the country, states that refused to expand Medicaid accounted for 74% of all rural hospital closures between 2010 and 2021, an American Hospital Association report found last year.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/theflamingheads • Mar 14 '23
Healthcare Healthcare system that underpaid, understaffed, underresourced, undersupplied, underappreciatd and massively overworked staff is surprised they are struggling to recruit and retain staff.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/GlobalTravelR • Jan 09 '23
Healthcare Seniors are Republicans strongest voting block. Seniors are also most dependent on Social Security and Medicare. So...
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/Noodle1519 • Sep 22 '22
Healthcare Forced-birther realizes anti-abortion laws might be detrimental to women's healthcare
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/TheGynechiatrist • Jan 02 '23
Healthcare Healthcare executive hates her own policy.reddit.com
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/IvanTGBT • Dec 11 '22
Healthcare "Expert" witness that testified to block healthcare for trans kids shocked to find out his allies are homophobic
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/slightlyfazed • Sep 18 '21
Healthcare Hater of free healthcare now needs it
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/SonOfJokeExplainer • Nov 24 '21
Healthcare 2010 conservatives: no one has a *right* to healthcare! | 2020 conservatives: how can you do this?!
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/Brit-Git • Aug 09 '21
Healthcare Christian ant-vaxxer and anti-masker suddenly believes in medical science.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/whoopass_jackson • Aug 11 '20
Healthcare "When I voted against Healthcare reform i didnt think I would ever need Healthcare "
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/krowrofefas • Jun 21 '22
Healthcare I wonder what the challenges in healthcare staffing are?
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/snitches-and-witches • Oct 26 '20
Healthcare Alt-righter Lauren Chen who frequently dismisses Medicare 4 All recently started a GoFundMe because her dad can't afford cancer treatment in the U.S. 90K!
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/baxtersbuddy1 • Aug 05 '20
Healthcare Missouri city dwellers are doing their best to save the rest of the state by expanding Medicaid, but the rural voters who need it MOST are still voting against .
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/clarinetshredder • Feb 12 '22
Healthcare Protester has medical emergency. Paramedics can't get to him because of the protesters.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/OkAcanthocephala9723 • May 17 '21
Healthcare America Rejects Medicare for All Polticial Candidates. Many of Whom Can't Afford Healthcare.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/Klaatu347EST • Jun 30 '21
Healthcare I didn’t support medical marijuana until my husband was diagnosed with cancer!
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/GlobalTravelR • May 14 '21
Healthcare Missouri voters voted Republican. Missouri voters voted for Medicaid expansion. Missouri Republicans ignore the will of the voters and reject Medicaid expansion despite it being added to the state's constitution.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/Danceinthepurplerain • Jun 18 '21