EMAIL to President@whitehouse.gov
You are being led down the same path as Obama for healthcare solutions by the same consultants and lobbyists. Stop looking at their answers that have kept us stuck for 40+ years. The financial angle is not the solution for healthcare. Your industry consultants (like AEI) do not want the questions I’m asking to be asked, guess why.
I believe you want something different to make America Great and that’s why you were elected. The American public is stuck with a very broken system that is too self-serving; this kind of change is what you’ve targeted in your talks. I hope you will see the problem.
You need to ask different questions, I’ve written the questions that lead to better answers; find more than 50 blog posts that ask better questions here “Healthcare White Paper.” As a small business owner of 18 years, I’ve worked at insurance companies, with hospitals, doctors, individuals, the indigent, failing government organizations, large business and small.
Why not try something no one else is talking about; if you don’t go in a different direction the only fix will be a Government one. My posts point to a different solution.
May God Bless your work,
*Don Watza, CEBS*
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Evidence-based medicine to me is a bit of an oxymoron. Some of the healthiest people I know have gone out of their way to find options to conventional wisdom. I would call western medicine and its foundation evidence-based medicine conventional wisdom.
Over many years I’ve spoken with many, many health gurus who all say something different. I mean that they differ from conventional wisdom entirely. How is that possible, a nation like ours subjects its citizens to trial an error because citizens have to turn elsewhere for information?
It strikes me that with all the evidence-based research done why don’t we have more cohesion among what humans should do to be healthy. I mean, shouldn’t we by now have a clear path to what’s good for us, what is healthy?
The U.S. ranks last overall with poor scores on all three indicators of healthy lives
Just for fun, I’ve accumulated here authors and people who have a message that they’ve found the solution to health. The problem I hope is obvious, we aren’t researching these techniques with the same intensity we research bio-pharma-solutions? That means, our professionals aren’t armed with the information to make us healthy? Continue reading “How Is Your Health? How Do You Get Healthy?”
What does undoing ACA look like with this Order? Here’s the first stab at it from President Trumps first days Executive Order. In a word, he loosened the expenses tied to ACA. He then encourages Federal regulators to provide flexibility to the States plus encouraging interstate commerce.
I’m not alone in my view, but many of us have been saying ACA is too broad to be undone with the stroke of a single pen. What President Trump has done is given instruction for the regulators to make the changes needed. He’s given them a very broad framework to work within, but it’s not a roll-back because that’s not possible. Continue reading “President Trump ACA Order”
I’ve been silent since the Donald Trump election because I’ve been shocked at how many people haven’t a clue about why Donald Trump was elected by people like me. My apologies to anyone who might be upset, please provide your comments here so I can learn about you. My hope is to offer, in This Linkedin repost, one explanation long before election day why I voted for Trump.
I’d love to stir up a discussion so I might learn if my post is new information if I’m miss informed or if this is not relevant and why. Continue reading “Wondering Why Trump Was Elected?”
It looks like the doctors have actually done a good job of staying out of the for profit business, or have they? Pharma is heavily involved in the stock market, much more so than hospitals and doctors. Pharma is driving our entire healthcare system.
Researchers have found that there are incentives to research products that can yield a profit, for example, pharmaceuticals. It was also found that more than 80% of the NIH’s funding is awarded through almost 50,000 competitive grants to more than 300,000 researchers at more than 2,500 universities, medical schools, and other research institutions in every state and around the world. The NIH controls the funding and research done and it tracks exactly pharma. Money for research goes to places where money can be made. There is not nearly as much money to be had to researching homeopathic remedies when they can produce the exact same outcomes.
“First, the slippery slope isn’t flat even at the beginning. It all starts almost immediately. As social animals we humans learn quickly from our peers, colleagues, and friends. We learn very fast in response to the internal and external pressures to produce income. I recently counted nearly 6000 advertisements for primary care in the United States on a leading online clinician recruitment site.”
That is what physicians said about the early days in practicing. There are pressures within and outside of the health care system to produce profits. This is something that has been advised against since the 1960’s.