When it makes a Cuban physician think of the honey in Estados Unidos;
Over the last 12 months some 3,000 Cubans, mostly doctors, have arrived in the United States after deserting one of the Venezuelan government's social programs they staff. This accounts for a 60% increase as compared with 2012.
In 2012 there were about 5,000 refugee Cuban doctors and nurses in the United States coming from all over the world. Through December 1, 2013 this figure had surged to 8,000, 98% of them came from Venezuela.
These are estimates by Dr. Julio Cesar Alfonso, head of the South Florida group Solidarity Without Borders Inc. (SWB), which helps Cuban medical professionals who try to desert the medical programs Havana sells worldwide as "exports of services."Probably because;
"Cuban doctors only get USD 300 a month, but the Venezuelan government pays the Castro regime around USD 6,000 per doctor, so individual doctors are paid less than 10% of what Cuba collects," Alfonso says.No one does Marxian exploitation as well as the Marxists.
So, that is how the US will avoid the doctor shortage to be created by ObamaCare. We will employ the refugee doctors fleeing from prior, foreign versions of ObamaCare.ReplyDelete