Oregon: a welfare state

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by Dan Lucas

KGW reported Friday on Governor Kitzhaber’s recent trip to Washington D.C. to ask for $1.9 billion to try to reform Medicaid in Oregon. Medicaid is the government health care payment system for the poor. The KGW article also noted that there are 600,000 Oregonians on Medicaid. More accurately, according to the U.S. government Medicaid site, there were 644,000 Oregonians on Medicaid as of the end of 2010. That’s 1 in 6 Oregonians on Medicaid.

Oregon’s welfare state by the numbers:

Governor Kitzhaber is spending a great deal of time and focus trying to fix Oregon’s government run health care – he’s even spending some time learning how to redefine economic success.

Governor Kitzhaber should spend more time working on getting Oregon’s economy back on its feet. Then more Oregonians can get jobs and they won’t need help from the government.

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  • Bob Clark

    Right on, brother!  The press and the Governor somehow think getting a greasy hand shake with sugar daddy Obama for $2 billion, borrowed or speciously newly printed monies, is somehow cause for esteem celebration.  The other 2 branches of federal government are not necessarily buying off on this deal, especially if Obama goes down.

    What also should make one shake their head in disbelief is Kitzhaber’s big healthcare plan involves buying folks things like airconditioners and other conveniences all in the name of health prevention.  And we are somehow suppose to believe this plan will actually save healthcare monies.  What a sad joke the press (like the Oregonian) are buying this canard.  Really, what is going to happen is exactly what has happen to date with the failed Oregon Health Plan, namely, costs are going to escalate and cause the plan to be severely rationed (the old Democrat solution:  Quotas and price controls and denial of service).

    • 3H

      The Democrats, if you can be believed, learned it from the Health Insurance Industry.  At least they’re trying something.  

      The Republican plan:  so sad, too bad.

      • GretaN

         FORWARD TO SOCIALISM!!! HUZZAH!!!

        • 3H

          BACKWARDS TO SOCIAL DARWINISM..  DOUBLE HUZZAH!

        • David Appell

          Of course, the US already has a lot of socialism, because it works: military defense, fire protection, mortgages (partly), policing, road building and maintenance, public schools, public libraries, public transportation, etc. Utility rates are regulated for the good of the consumer, as were land line rates for decades. Corporations and consumers both reply on the socialism of the waste from their fossil fuel use, which costs the public at least $120 B/yr.  

          Adding enough socialized health insurance to ensure everyone gets the basic care they need would be in the same line — a simple recognition that it provides better results at less cost. 

  • Freddy

    Of course we are a welfate state. Why do you think I live here???

    • JoelinPDX

      That’s Freddy as in Freddy the Freeloader…right?

  • David Appell

    Except the number of employees getting health insurance via their employer has been dropping by about 1 pct point per year for over a decade. Only 30% of workers with just a high school diploma now get health insurance benefits with their job. 

    Employers can no longer afford it — the system is falling apart. Hence controlling costs, like Kitzhaber is trying to do, is the smart path.

    • JoelinPDX

      And it is written where that businesses owe it to their employees to provide them with health insurance? It makes no difference if employers can afford it or not…People need to learn they need to provide for themselves and quit expecting a handout from government or their boss.

      Frankly, this health insurance crap is another reason that outsourcing makes perfectly good sense. The sooner that the lefties and the “occupiers” learn that they can’t and shouldn’t expect their employers or the government to be their nannies the better off we’ll all be.

      • Ardbeg

        Fine, then pay a wage that will allow employees to get their own insurance. But that’s the problem isn’t it.  Home Depot wants to pay barely minimum wage to it’s employees but pay it’s CEO Frank Blake 11 million dollars.

        Don’t you get the state of current affairs? Are you blind to the decline of decent jobs while a few make bucks while the masses struggle and look for the government to help fill in?  Why do you think there are so many on welfare?

        • JoelinPDX

          Yeah, that makes sense…pay ‘em more…give employers even more reason to send the jobs offshore.

          • Ardbeg

            O.k. keep raping the middle class and you’ll have more “occupy” folks than you can shake a stick at.  Face it…living wage jobs are a thing of the past and your solutions is ship more jobs oversee.  Thank god you are not in charge!

  • Rupert in Springfield

    Pretty sad numbers. It would be nice if Oregon would figure out that with numbers like these, we need to do far better at being a business friendly state and maybe get some jobs here. That isn’t going to happen anytime soon. Not until these geniuses figure out that when you have sub par employment and welfare numbers, you have to be way above average to change that. For Oregon, sadly, average counts as good enough.

    I would predict at least another decade of our dopey “no business but green welfare business” growth plan. If you have a job, better hang on to it for dear life. If you don’t, or are thinking about starting a business, might want to consider joining the wagon train out of here.  

    • deanfromoregon

       The business friendliest states also happen to b the poorest states, also known as the south.

      • Rupert in Springfield

        Dean – As the well established bigot of the blog, we understand you have this weird hatred of the South. We got it ok? Thanks

        • valley person

           If you can find something bigoted in that statement, you have a great imagination. 

          • JoelinPDX

            Of course they don’t see the bigotry Rupert. As liberals they automatically think the south is all white and we all know it’s impossible to be bigoted against whites.

          • valley person

             You 2 are quite a pair.

          • 3H

            Pointing out that “Business friendly” doesn’t necessarily equate to everyone sharing in the wealth is hate.  

            HATE HATE HATE.  Bigoted hate. I’m not sure how what you said was bigoted against white people, but if I work on it I may come up with something. 

          • deanfromoregon

             Not white people. Southerners. I’m bigoted against everyone from the south according to Rupert, because I dare to criticize southern politics and the economic and social results of those politics. It saves Rupert from having to construct an actual argument in favor of those policies and results.

          • Ardbeg

            That’s right, it’s ok for you to hate on unions, teachers, firemen, police (they all have unions) progressives, liberals, democrats, etc. But you are not a bigot? WOW! There isn’t a war on women? Sure there is and conservatives are leading the charge! There isn’t a war on labor? Yes there is and conservatives lead the way!  What happened to the R party? They swept in 2010 and it is all about jobs and the economy right? No, it’s about marriage and abortion. The conservative movement has gone off the rail and you are right there holding their hand.  The right has gone BS crazy and you fit right in.

  • JoelinPDX

    Why shouldn’t Oregon get the goodies…we’re becoming more and more Obozo’s socialist testing ground. It’s so good that Uncle Barry is acting as our nanny.

  • p-bags

    Is there something wrong with the math? Are there only 3.6 million Oregonians? Or am I being thick? (it’s still a good point, however)

    • http://oregoncatalyst.com/ Editor

      Year: 2010 OR Population: 3,855,536 Medicaid Enrollment: 643,941 [Medicaid Enrollment as % of Population: 16.7%] (1 in 6 Oregonians)
      http://www.medicaid.gov/Medicaid-CHIP-Program-Information/By-State/oregon.html

      • David Appell

        So 16.7% of Oregonians receive Medicaid.

        Meanwhile, the US average is 21.6%.

      • David Appell

        And, Texas (2009): 18.1%. 

        Oregon (2009): 15.9%

        Strange, Texas being the bastion of job creation and all. 

        • Rupert in Springfield

          >Strange, Texas being the bastion of job creation and all.

          Not really, if you think about it before doing ill thought out pop offs like this.

          Look, you don’t need a PhD in Statistics to figure that one out. Heck, you don’t even need a PhD!

          Id imagine you will figure it out if you think about it a bit.

          Why would TX, a state with a huge border with Mexico, have a large percentage on Medicare?

          Ponder it a while. It will come to you.

          • David Appell

            Your obsession with my education is getting ever creepier. Did you flunk out of graduate school or something? Not get accepted? Never even applied?
            Have no retort except ad hominem attacks? Didn’t we hear constantly about job creation in Texas from the likes of Rick Perry? Yes, we did.Perry: “Since June of 2009, Texas is responsible for more than 40 percent of all of the new jobs created in America.”Perry: “But the private sector job creation over the last … 10 years has been 1 million jobs created, while this country lost 2.5 million. So we square that rather well with the rest of the country.”Apparently many of those jobs aren’t such good jobs, coming without health insurance. The uninsured rate of adults in Texas is 30%.http://www.texmed.org/template.aspx?id=5517In other words, employers there are letting taxpayers pay for the health care of their employees. That’s corporate socialism.Oregon ranked 41st in Medicaid enrollment as a percent of total population (2009). That’s certainly not the impression you get from this OregonCatalyst post. The top 20 are spread fairly evenly across the political spectrum:California
            Vermont
            District of Columbia
            New Mexico
            Maine
            New York
            Arizona
            Louisiana
            Mississippi
            Arkansas
            Tennessee
            Delaware
            Massachusetts
            West Virginia
            Oklahoma
            Illinois
            Kentucky
            Alabama
            Michigan
            South Carolinahttp://www.statehealthfacts.org/comparemaptable.jsp?ind=199&cat=4

          • valley person

             Why on earth would having a huge border with Mexico result in more people being on Medicaid?

          • JoelinPDX

            Geez VP, why don’t you jut say, “I’m a liberal, I’m stupid.”

          • valley person

             OK. You are a liberal and you are stupid.

          • JoelinPDX

            If I was liberal…I would be stupid,

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tim-K-Smith/1833373978 Tim K Smith

    Good concise comments Dan. Keep on keepin on ‘em!

  • HBguy

    So Oregon has come up with a plan where they are hoping to save 11 billion of state and federal taxpayer money over 10 years, and the Feds agree to give them 1.9 billion over 5 years. And, on top of that, the poor will have better health delivery.

    Isn’t it worth the risk? According to conservative doctrine, aren’t states the testing grounds where we can try out ideas? I mean, we do have a health care emergency here don’t we? 

    And if it does work, it could be a model for the nation, and could save hundreds of billion per year in taxpayer money. And, as a bonus, maybe the coordinated care plans are adopted for all of us who have private insurance. And we all save some money and have better health care.

    I guess I don’t see the controversy here. The only controversy I see is if you presume from the get go that the plan will fail. And by failure I mean it doesn’t save at least 1.9 billion during the life of the plan. 

    Remember, if it works, there is less taxpayer money being spent on medicaid, one of the biggest rocks around our fiscal neck. Basically, it’s the cost of five f-22 fighter jets to find out.

    • Rupert in Springfield

       >I guess I don’t see the controversy here. The only controversy I see is if you presume from the get go that the plan will fail.

      Um, the controversy is because we have been down this road before. It started with the OR health plane. Same BS, got a waiver from the Federal government, they changed their minds, screwed things up royally. The rest is history.

      That leads to the second part – Presuming the plan will fail – Well, since the government health plans we have are failures, either in terms of giving better care, or in terms of saving money, wouldn’t it be crazy not to look at them with a great deal of suspicion?

      The OR health plan was a great idea, since it had built in cost containment.

      The one thing it left out was peoples avarice.

      When you are handing out free stuff, way more people show up for it than you expect.

      Those people then have tremendous financial incentive to get even more free stuff and that’s what happened with OHP.

      Medicare? I think we all know how much of a bust that was on cost projections.

      Obamacare?

      It’s been what? 2? 3 years? The the savings promised under Obamacare had about the staying power of WMD’s in Iraq – they never materialized. Even Obama doesn’t pretend it will save any money, its main selling point for passage. WE all promised here BO care wouldn’t save a dime. I was one of them. We were called cynics at the time.

      So in other words, the controversy is quite logical. When government has screwed up this kind of thing at the very least on cost (Medicare, BO care) or delivery (OHP) why in the world would anyone conclude it was logical to have a hope for the best attitude?

      • David Appell

        It’s an untruth that government health plans are failures. 

        For-profit insurance has 12% overhead. Medicare’s is 1.3%.

        A year ago, a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation “found just 30 percent of seniors supported the idea of restructuring Medicare into a system where seniors are given government subsidies to shop for private coverage. In contrast, 62 percent of seniors said they wanted Medicare to be left alone with the program continuing to guarantee the same benefits to all enrollees.”

        Washington Monthly, July 2009: “In 2003, when the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine published a study that compared veterans health facilities on 11 measures of quality with fee-for-service Medicare. On all 11 measures, the quality of care in veterans facilities proved to be ‘significantly better.’

        “Here’s another curious fact. The Annals of Internal Medicine recently published a study that compared veterans health facilities with commercial managed-care systems in their treatment of diabetes patients. In seven out of seven measures of quality, the VA provided better care.”

        CBS News, 2009: VA: “High-Quality Health Care At Low Cost”

        The overall U.S. system fails in comparison to almost all other developed countries. The 2010 report “Mirror Mirror” by The Commonwealth Fund, especially Table ES-1, ranks the health care systems of the US, Austria, Canada, Germany, The Netherlands, New Zealand, and the UK, for several different categories, for 2007 (the latest year full data was available).

        The best the US does is 4th for “patient centered care” (where “1″ is best). The US ranks 7th in Quality of Care, 6.5 in Access, and 7th in Efficiency, Equity, and “Long, Healthy, Productive Lives,” and the US has by far the highest per-capita health care expenditures.
        http://www.commonwealthfund.org/~/media/Files/Publications/Fund%20Report/2010/Jun/1400_Davis_Mirror_Mirror_on_the_wall_2010.pdf

        • JoelinPDX

          Of course, you mean the pro-government run health care Kaiser Family Foundation…the same Kaiser Family Foundation that keeps saying Americans support Obzozcare when every other poll says Americans oppose Obozocare.

        • http://oregoncatalyst.com/ Editor

          RE: “For-profit insurance has 12% overhead. Medicare’s is 1.3%.”
          Actually, when the government administers health care programs itself, rather than outsourcing the administration to private companies, government administrative overhead is 26% compared to 12.7% for privately paid health care – and the 12.7% includes government-mandated taxes and assessments. “If the government chose to administer Medicare internally, it would increase administrative cost by more than $1 trillion during the next 10 years.”
          http://www.freemarkethealthcare.com/images/AdminHO.pdf

          • David Appell

            In other words, by choosing to be the single insurer and outsourcing the processing and payment of claims, government made a smart choice, and as a result Medicare has much lower overall administrative costs. 

            That’s exactly the point. Thanks for clarifying.

          • http://oregoncatalyst.com/ Editor

            No, the report in the link above outlines very well how CMS fudges to get their 5.7% admin cost to look lower than private companies 12.7%. Private companies are saddled with government-imposed taxes and assessments (as well as Medicare/Medicaid cost shifting) – which are included in their “admin costs”, CMS excludes the cost of their own employees from the 5.7%, CMS excludes the cost of the IRS and 7 other federal agencies who collect the equivalent of premiums for Medicare (private companies have to count collection of premiums as part of their admin costs), etc. One other big factor in the apparent difference in admin costs (5.7% VS 12.7%) the report addresses is the cost of eliminating fraud. When private companies work to eliminate fraud and thus reduce overall medical costs, it is charged against their admin costs. Medicare obviously does little to go after fraud. President Obama hit on the waste and fraud in Medicare in his September 9, 2009 address on health care to the Joint Session of Congress. He identified the waste and fraud as being in the hundreds of billions of dollars.

          • David Appell

            Of course private companies must pay taxes — that’s the cost of the services they use, and they pass those costs onto their customers. Governments don’t pay taxes — why would they? — so single payer health insurance saves that money. 

            Since the government already has an infrastructure to collect taxes — an infrastructure needed for many of the services it provides — it saves money there, too. Synergy.So again, what your source says is that, when all costs are totaled up, governments can more cheaply provide health insurance than private companies. Of course, empirical data from around the world already proves this — the US health care systems costs about 5-10% more of GDP than other developed countries. That’s money businesses and taxpayers could be putting to good use elsewhere.

          • http://www.facebook.com/mychel.steckler Mychel Steckler

            Though I agree with most of this post, I must point out that the one thing that Goverment can’t provide is motivation towards self reliance. In fact, with most people, it fosters dependency.

      • valley person

         The VA is a failure? Medicare is a failure? 

        • HBguy

          In the opinion of most people here, yes they are failures. Because their definition of a failure is any government program.

          • deanfromoregon

             Except for prisons, the military, highways (cars only, no bikes,) homeland security, and social security and medicare for those already on it. Those are all great and should not be messed with. Everything else out the window. 

          • David Appell

            “A 2008 poll of 1,400 Americans by the Cornell Survey Research Institute found that when people were asked whether they had “ever used a government social program,” 57 percent said they had not. Respondents were then asked whether they had availed themselves of any of 21 different federal policies, including Social Security, unemployment insurance, the home-mortgage-interest deduction and student loans. It turned out that 94 percent of those who had denied using programs had benefited from at least one; the average respondent had used four.”
            – Suzanne Mettler, NY Times, September 19, 2011

          • valley person

             That sums up so much of what is wrong in these political debates. Government services are barely visible to people, so they don’t see them as government services, and can maintain an illusion of independence.

          • David Appell

            “…40 percent of those polled were unaware that Medicare is a government program.”
            – Paul L Posner, The Fiscal Times, March 30, 2011.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mychel.steckler Mychel Steckler

    Reading these posts, I find it most disturbing that even going to a bankrupt government with a hand out is, in fact, an immoral proposition. There is NO MONEY! In the quest for the ‘golden parachute’ for all citizens we have sold our children’s future.

    • DavidAppell

      The US government is not bankrupt, nor can it ever become so as long as it controls its own currency.

      • http://www.facebook.com/mychel.steckler Mychel Steckler

        Kind of like Germany of the 1930′s, Mexico of the 1990′s, etc. Just drop off the zeros and all is well. But in the mean time… So you support irresponsible and unsistainable spending? Because that is the current mind set in Washington. “Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!”

        • DavidAppell

          Your analogy is completely false, and not at all what is happening with the American economy over the long-term.

          Do I support unsustainable spending? Of course not. The problem is, it only comes from Republican administrations, especially those run by Reagans and Bushes.

          Why do people like you only care about deficits when a Democrat is in the White House?

          (By the way, *NOW* is when the government *should* be spending, to make up for the private sector shortfall.)

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