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IF I WERE IN CHARGE OF HEALTHCARE REFORM

Published on 11/26/2018
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Those of you who have followed what I have been saying for years know I am opposed to the Government in control of really anything. I hate going to the post office and the DMV. I certainly do not want them running my health care system. We need to fix the Medicare system and social security system first.

But since it is a hot topic, let’s discuss.

Most of us drive a car. Most states mandate that we carry at least the State minimum car insurance. If you carry collision, towing, car rental that UPGRADES your policy. If you have more assets you need more liability coverage.

What if Health Insurance was mandatory at a “Minimum” Maybe the minimum is a $10,000 deductible catastrophic plan only. I am looking for a plan right now for a 40-year-old male in the Chicago area $58 per month.

What if everyone was REQUIRED to purchase at least that. Now if you want to upgrade your insurance to a $1500 Deductible with doctor visits and prescription, that is up to you. The price now jumps to $200 per month, but that is the coverage that you feel you need.

There is a way to do this where no one really gets hurt, not the hospitals, not those of us who have insurance who pay an average of $1000 per year more to cover the uninsured. And not the taxpayer who would be paying for the $ Trillion health care reform we are talking about in Congress. By the way, I do not see much difference in $800 billion vs $1 Trillion. Both are a high amount of taxes to be paid for years.

Sometimes common sense is all we need.

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