Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Zarephath Health Center


This is what I am looking for!

Zarephath Health Center is a faith based effort to provide health care to the poor and uninsured.

These are the people who would thrive with the Medical Savings and Loan.

I discovered the center through an article on Freedom Blogging. Doctor Alita Eck sees the Health Care Exchanges for corrupt fluff that they are. She gets right to bare knuckles of providing health care and explains that the best health care is a system with the doctors and administration focused directly on the patient.

This is what happens with the medical savings and loan!

If I could get the equations for the Medical Savings and Loan in front a pair of astute eyes like this; the system would pop.

The MS&L essentially takes the money that goes into insurance. It splits this money into a Savings and Loan component. This component empowers the people who can self-fund their care to self-fund their care. The system carves off a big chunk of cash to be distributed as grants. Anyone who takes a grant must agree to take part in the savings plan.

The people who self fund their care will spend their money on the care that best suits their needs.

When people cannot, the group administering the grants would be spending their resources in the best possible way.

(As mentioned earlier, a Medical Savings and loan with 10,000 policy holders would probably have about $800,000,000.00 for direct self-funded health care and $200,000,000.000 in grants over a ten year period. 10,000 * 10,000 * 10 = 1,000,000,000.)

I have more faith in a group Zarephath Health Center with a few hundred million bucks in grants than the Utah PAC with a totalitarian exchange and the unconstrained political power the Political Action Committe desires.

Unfortunately, the Zarephath Health Center is in New Jersey.

That's too far to travel.

What I need to start a Medical savings and Loan is a group of people who want to save the health care freedom (while cutting costs) and a network of faith based groups like Zarephath.

It would be so easy to start. The business model is ready. All I need is some victims people to launch the plan.

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