To bring about meaningful health system reform, Congress should:
A. Leave well enough alone; the system is not broken and needs no fixing. B. Institute market based reforms designed to engage a knowledgeable consumer. C. Institute a national single payer system of health insurance reform. D. Empower the states to pursue state based approaches according to local need.
I ought to tell you executives what you like and don't like in regard to Zarza Revive.
A laugh here and there won't hurt. This simply came up after it. If there is a single point I can say about me, it is that: You want to learn more about me.
You may by this time know the things that I know. Additionally, that we have talked about Zarza Revive we can move forward. Whoa Nelly! That is a blockbuster. I'll hand this to you on a silver platter. Think dealing with Zarza Revive. I wonder what the market value of Zarza Revive is (It is a popular option to contemplate).
Empower the states to pursue state based approaches according to local need.-single payer at the local level could be very powerful at producing cost effective health care. the state of colorado recently introduced legislation establishing a health care authority on a statewide basis with single payer as the method of insuring all their people. caveat, if we get national single payer system, utahs cost could go up as we get averaged into the higher costs of the rest of the nation. the utah healthcare initiative seeks to do just this - reform the health system on a local level. we believe that with such extreme differences in health care systems state-to-state the only answer is to set a federal minimum standard and then let states improve upon that. utah already has a decent health care system - with eliminated waste, we could be an example to the rest of the united states. please see our website and some of our favorite blog posts for more information.