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IS MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR A PRE-EXISTING CONDITION A PROPERTY RIGHT?

The subject for this blog was suggested by Dr. Sumeet Mitter, my excellent cardiologist.  This blog is dedicated to him and all the incredible medical staff at Mt. Sinai Hospital.  Having just had a heart transplant, it was a subject that I could warm to.           A pre-existing medical condition is generally defined as “a medical condition that occurred before a program of health benefits went into effect.”  According to the Kaiser Foundation, more than a quarter of adults below 65 (approximately) had pre-existing conditions in 2016.           Under current… read more

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