by Dale Hansen:
Since 2008, the Obama administration has been touting the Federal Health Insurance program that he was intent on perpetuating.
By 2010 the States, and the legislators were all asking what he was talking about, and the health care industry, an already battered industry, was asking the same question, and they were not receiving any answers. Subsequent to this, I was asked by the health care industry and the Legislators to investigate what they were all talking about. I contacted my sources in Washington and was granted information available at that time and I prepared my investigation based on the information granted.
When I received, I published my findings and explained what I had been told and the information to date was less than anything I, nor the health care industry or the states could possible have imagined. Several States asked that I place the findings into a “bill” format to present for legislative discussion. In lieu of the findings, I prepared a bill that explained what the health care industry and the States really wanted for their patients and constituent and published the “Bill” for presentation. This was completed after many months of auditing the health care industry and the practitioners, The hospital accounting personal detailed the actual cause of the medical and especially the Medicaid insurance problems, and it had nothing to do with the proposed reasons for the single payer program and was contrary to all aspects of the “so called” research presented to the House and the Senate for the ACA.
The Bill I prepared was circumvented by the “so call ed research” being presented by several think tanks, and those presentations involved the Single Payer health insurance being proposed by a couple of the PAC’s in Washington. And one of the PAC’s involved spent $30 Million dollars to squelch what we were presenting and several individuals presented me with volumes of documents that showed the payments to stop my program from being presented.
Subsequently, the ACA was passed, without anyone of the legislators reading the 2700 pages document. And the outcome since then resulted of the problems with the repeal of the ACA, all rapped in the Medicaid coverage’s paid for by the tax payers of ALL America, Our program incorporated catastrophic health insurance in lieu of Medicaid. Our health insurance reduced premiums by having policy coverage from the deductible, to the maximum for the policy to be $350,000.00, governed by State insurance mandates. This reduced the premiums for the average family and incorporated the individual State’s Medicaid into the catastrophic coverage for the conditional cases that required additional medical payments.
Our program actually permitted each state to allow the individual counties to offer health insurance either individually to the public or to propose group coverage for all or portions of the county residents , further reducing the of premiums to the American public.
This program provided the health care practitioners the ability to participate in the coverage’s program and the American public to afford the health insurance premium.