I'll propose something. Let's go back to what we had before the ObamaCare crap hit the streets. There was no one uncovered. If someone was sick, they showed up at the hospital and they were treated.
More importantly, we have the best health care in the world: whether treatment, research, facilities, specialties, etc., we have the best in the world.
My grandson is being treated right now for a type of cancer. They are harvesting stem cells from his own body and these will be grown, reintroduced to his body, and will immeasurably aid in his treatment. Afterwards, they do some variety of immune cell therapy created by the best minds in the world. If you want the best, then you make it worth their while. If you want Tylenol prescribers, then you rename your EMS level workers as doctors. But you get what you pay for.
For this we need the best doctors in the world, and they need to be paid at world-class levels to bring the best minds into health care. ObamaCare already has folks talking about our best and brightest going elsewhere to seek their fortune.
In Luke 5, Jesus said that the sick need a physician (Luke 5:31 And Jesus answering said unto them, They that are whole need not a physician; but they that are sick. )
Obama is driving the physicians out of the practice.
Jesus says they do and Obama says they don't.
My plan: leave the best system in the world alone.
Here in Maryland they tax hospital bills of those of us who pay to go into a fund to pay for those hospital bills from those that have no insurance.
So while in some states that appears to be on the surface free soaking the hospitals(who have to charge someone for it BTW), here we get a direct bill for it that we see.
Congress created this problem under Reagan.
That definitely doesnt work.
yeah, soak those greedy hospitals by forcing them to be charities, how dare they try to break even?
The problem is that the best system in the world was created by borrowing money from China and then printing more of it.
The people are clearly unwilling to support a level of taxation adequate to fund our system. All false accounting aside, the actual $$ cost at the point if service is far beyond what most can or will pay.