We, the people of this United States, can change what we do not feel is fair and equitable for EVERY U.S. Citizen by meeting with our neighbors in community parks and forming our own healthcare plan, present ourselves to healthcare providers in our cities and towns, allow the healthcare providers to give feedback on those suggestions, and come to our own agreement with the providers as to how healthcare can be affordable for everyone...leaving none without treatment when needed.
When crap hits the fan, and the mess becomes bigger than the proposed need, we all need to return to the basics...cut out the middleman...do it ourselves. If done with the right intentions, we CAN reverse the damage we've done to our country, thus...to one another. As the population grows, smaller and smaller caring communities are needed to bring a major problem down to size to become a manageable problem. When we look at the big picture, it's frustrating, makes us mad, and we begin fighting each other. This is wrong. Work together FOR positive change for all American Citizens...leaving none out.
We're smarter than we stop and think people.
Cut out the confusion. Enter in the solutions...one community at a time.
Maybe doctors and other healthcare providers need to go back to the basics of why they became doctors in the first place, learn from doctors in history past, make housecalls, form small clinics where procedures/treatments can easily be done at half the cost thus cutting cost to the consumer. The middle man is always the problem. Perhaps we need to return to the "doctor-patient" one to one care, and start sending the message that healthcare is wayyyyyy out of control, and we won't tolerate it any longer.
The root of all confusion is "the greed for more"...money being the greed in this case.