President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Medicare Bill at the Harry S. Truman Library in Independence, Missouri. | Lyndon Baines Johnson Library
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Deets On Medicare For All

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Deets On Medicare For All

President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Medicare Bill at the Harry S. Truman Library in Independence, Missouri. | Lyndon Baines Johnson Library
President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Medicare Bill at the Harry S. Truman Library in Independence, Missouri. | Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

 

UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE

Is A Right

Medicare-X or a public option forces competition in the healthcare industry

– raising quality of care while lowering costs –

and forces the insurance carriers to either refocus as an industry or to pursue bankruptcy.

A public option decouples healthcare from employers, giving unions more bargaining power for wages and benefits.

A public option also gets America a step closer to universal mental health care coverage.

We should start viewing LGBTQ+ in terms of public health rather than religious or societal norms,

with an IMMEDIATE BAN ON ALL VARIATIONS OF CONVERSION THERAPY – including Applied Behavior Analysis for those who are on the autism spectrum, like myself.

This will allow us to craft data backed therapy options to ease one’s journey of self-acceptance and self-love.

 

I love the concept of Medicare For All.

I hate the actual bill(s) as written.

They’re bloated, leave employees shafted, gives insurance carrier CEOs a big pay day with the buyouts, and does little to nothing to actually *improve* quality of care, they just shift everyone over to the already broken Medicare and Medicaid systems.

That doesn’t work for me.

I see two options.

1) Implement Medicare-X and kick-start the public option.

OR

2) Nationalize America’s largest insurance carrier.

Both options lead to the same result, but option 2 is a helluva lot faster.

That result is – legitimate market competition.

We *compete* carriers out of businesses.

This *raises* quality of care, *lowers* healthcare costs, and *raises* front-line healthcare wages and salaries.

And the beauty of this method?

A nationally ran healthcare option can be ran *at a loss indefinitely* if required.

Companies listed on the stock exchange cannot.

This secret weapon forces insurance carriers to either sell out to the United States for pennies on the Medicare For All dollar, or forces carriers to pivot towards cosmetic and elective procedures.

Either way, the American *people* win.

 

Sources:

 

Senators Reject Pair of Public Option Proposals – The New York Times September 29, 2009

Add a “Public Plan” to the Health Insurance Exchanges | Budget Options – Congressional Budget Office November 13, 2013

Designing a Medicare Buy-In and a Public Plan Marketplace Option – Urban Institute September 2016

The Health Care ‘Public Option’ Is Back. Can It Help Obamacare? | The Upshot – The New York Times September 29, 2016

The Best Health Care System in the World: Which One Would You Pick? | The Upshot – The New York Times September 18, 2017

Democrats seize on cherry-picked claim that ‘Medicare-for-all’ would save $2 trillion – The Washington Post August 7, 2018

The Cost of ‘Medicare-for-All’ – FactCheck.Org August 10, 2018

Questions and Answers about Medicare for All’s Costs | E21 Commentary – Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, Inc August 21, 2018

The Difference Between a ‘Public Option’ and ‘Medicare for All’? Let’s Define Our Terms | The Upshot – The New York Times February 19, 2019

Medicare-for-All Is Not Medicare, and Not Really for All. So What Does It Actually Mean? – ProPublica September 6, 2019

The Case for the Public Option Over Medicare for All – Harvard Business Review October 10, 2019

Health insurers’ profits topped $35B last year. Medicare Advantage is the common thread – Fierce Healthcare February 23, 2020

Voters Prefer Biden Over Trump on Almost All Major Issues, Poll Shows – The New York Times October 20, 2020

Will the Public Option Provide Universal Access to Affordable Health Insurance? – Georgetown Law November 3, 2020

4 Myths About the Public Option – The Center For American Progress November 20, 2020

How the Biden Administration Can Make a Public Option Work – Harvard Business Review November 25, 2020

Medicare Expansion Clashes With Health Care for the Poor as Budget Bill Shrinks – The New York Times September 20, 2021

Democrats’ winnowing health care ambitions – Vox October 21, 2021

 

 

#WeThePeople #MBASocialist

 


DEETS JOURNEY

 

WHY A MENTALLY ILL MILLENNIAL FROM MISSOURI IS RUNNING FOR UNITED STATES SENATE

 

CAMPAIGN FINANCING (OR WHY I CHANGED PARTIES)

 

DEETS ON DEETS

 

WHY DEETS INTENDS TO RUN FOR PUBLIC OFFICE WHILE MENTALLY DISABLED

 

RONALD DEETS FOR SENATE TERMINATED… DEETSON.NET EMERGES

 

DEETS Platform

 

DEETS ON MODERN ISSUES

 

SIX STEPS TO A HUMAN UTOPIA

 

DEETS SAYS THEIR NAMES – Black Lives Matter

 

WHY IT’S TIME FOR UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME

 

DEETS ON MEDICARE FOR ALL

 

BUDGET TO PERMANENTLY END HOUSING INSECURITY

 

INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE MISSOURI BALLOT ACCESS

 

RANDOM THOUGHTS AND TL;DRS ON COMMON ISSUES

 

 

DEETS Research

 

DEETS ON PUTIN

 

DEETS ON CIVIL RIGHTS SINCE THE CIVIL WAR

 

DEETS ON THE PANDEMIC TIMELINE

 

WHY DEETS SUPPORTS NUCLEAR ENERGY SOLUTIONS

 

WHY DEETS SUPPORTS LEGALIZING PSYCHEDELICS
PAYROLL REPLACEMENT TAX

 

 

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