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    Private medical insurers should NOT induce patients to clog up public hospitals beds by rewarding them with $250/ day.

    Firstly, the patient can exaggerate his problems to deliberately make the public healthcare doctors investigate further, and thus inevitably prolong the stay in public hospitals. That public hospitals get MOH subvention is besides the point. Perhaps, in order to get MOH subvention, all patient...
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    Medishield-life= Rich robbing poor people's life savings in Singapore.

    One claim per year, might as well DON'T ALLOW ANY AT ALL (e.g. medishield-life is like public transportation or public service like police and fire; if u want to go private, pls buy extra and SEPARATE insurance. However, u will still receive benefits if u decided to get warded at a PUBLIC...
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    Medishield-life= Rich robbing poor people's life savings in Singapore.

    About your point 1: "set the MediShield Life payout to be equal to what MediShield Life would pay for an equivalent stay in public hospital B2 ward". I say wild is still wild. Just because they don't pay 1¢, some integrated plan with rider holders demand (or their docs offer) investigation for...
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    Private medical insurers should NOT induce patients to clog up public hospitals beds by rewarding them with $250/ day.

    I am just saying that because they are zero out of pocket (or less out of pocket than the 'daily incentive benefit' $ amount), some people may decide to demand to stay for much longer inside public hospitals/ treat it like a hotel or even a 'job' because they get paid for staying in a lower...
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    Private medical insurers should NOT induce patients to clog up public hospitals beds by rewarding them with $250/ day.

    Private medical insurers should NOT induce patients to clog up public hospitals beds by rewarding them with $250/ day of stay. source: https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/hospitals-facing-severe-bed-crunch-take-unusual-steps AIA is GUILTY of this, and so are probably many other Singapore...
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    Medishield-life= Rich robbing poor people's life savings in Singapore.

    Medishield-life: Rich people ROB poor people's life savings in Singapore. Rich Singaporeans are competing to claim 2.03786x more than middle class, yet medishield-life is supposed to be pre-funded by all, INCLUDING the poor; why do the poor subsidise the rich in the medishield-life insurance...
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    Serious Adulterous Sinkie slut gets 1 year jail for killing husband

    Crucial photos/ evidence omitted by the court refer to the following: U think that the judge in court is God???!!! There are reports about Singapore police IO bungling up rape scene investigations because "overworked", yet the AGC has time and resources to help PAP with their political...
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    Serious Adulterous Sinkie slut gets 1 year jail for killing husband

    CPIB nothing to investigate cos only big things can catch, e.g. if Vivien Teoh had sex with/ did bank account transfer of funds to investigator or prosecution. But supposed it's just holding hands/ sex talk, emotional comfort, cash transfer with no evidence, then very unlikely to get caught...
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    Chitchat New social compact needed to help all keep pace: Chan

    Social compact in Singapore has always been about allowing rich PAP cronies to grab more: 'Without some assurance of a good chance of winning at least their first election, many able and successful young Singaporeans may not risk their careers to join politics,'...
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    Motorist should slow down to at least 30kph when approaching zebra crossings.

    My take on the matter is that Parliament changed the law to say nowadays, cyclist are allowed to cycle of pathways and footpaths in some cases as long as they are cautious and do not exceed 10kph. Always have teething problems at first implementation so some people do get fined inevitably...
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    Motorist should slow down to at least 30kph when approaching zebra crossings.

    PMD mostly will slow down before crossings , however, given the NUMBER of crossings and the fact that some cyclist are elderly or have a load on bicycle, it is not practical to dismount and push PMD across road. Motorist are advised to slow down before every junction and zebra crossings and to...
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    Serious Parliament: Allow employees to call in sick without doctor's note, NMP suggests

    Singapore Parliament: Allow employees to call in sick without doctor's note, NMP suggests image: data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw== Geylang Polyclinic File photo of a polyclinic in Singapore. image...
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    Motorist should slow down to at least 30kph when approaching zebra crossings.

    Motorist should slow down to at least 30kph when approaching zebra crossings. This is because there will be more personal mobility devices (PMD) on the streets with the PMD-MRT-PMD public transportation model. Some zebra crossings are across the park connector network where PMD are allowed to...
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    Traffic police should pay $$$$ to people who submit evidence of serious traffic violations.

    Besides Singapore, many countries IRAS (tax revenue department) and anti-corruption police have reasonable generous whistle blower reward schemes to reduce tax evasion and corruption respectively. So human lives don't matter? (Don't deny that u yourself also somewhat need money, just like a...
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    Private vehicle users should pay for security checks on public transport passengers.

    Not just one or six like they prepared. Every single station will need one and even at the Depot where staff enter (pilots and cabin crew have to pass airport security, no?). Once a supermarket trolley ended up on an MRT train because some of the LRT stations are unmanned and thus somebody...
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