How to have the world's best healthcare without raising taxes

The economic solution to America’s healthcare problem is as simple as having government create a new health insurance agency that eliminates corruption, fraud, waste, and multi-million dollar CEO salaries and uses the savings to offer better coverage, cut premiums in half, and cover the currently uninsured.

After researching the top-ranked healthcare systems in other countries and looking carefully at the various ideas being offered by American politicians, we concluded that the best answer is just that simple.


It is not a government takeover of healthcare. It is not socialized medicine. It is not Medicare for all. It will not cost trillions of dollars. And because it is paid for with premiums, it will not add to government spending or taxes. 


But it will add to people's spendable income, increase profits, increase exports, decrease imports, increase tax revenues without changing tax rates, and add at least one to two percentage points to economic growth.


We call it National Health Insurance. 


And to eliminate the need to spend billions of dollars to move people from the corporate health insurance industry to more productive jobs, we are recommending the plan be implemented by first making it available only to those who are sixty-four years old, and to then reduce the age of eligibility one year at a time.


A NONPARTISAN PLAN 

It's good for Democrats, because everyone is covered, it ends bankruptcies caused by medical bills, controls monopoly drug prices, reduces insurance premiums, fights poverty, and by increasing economic growth, it fits President Kennedy‘s idea of a rising tide that lifts all boats. 

It's good for Republicans, because it is not a government takeover of healthcare, it is a better insurance company that is good for business, increases America’s competitiveness in the world economy, increases incomes, profits, and economic growth, does not add to government spending or taxes, avoids the massive disruption of an overnight change, and fits Jack Kemp's idea of a rising tide that lifts all boats.

It's good for independents and those who belong to other parties, for all the same reasons. 

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