A standby and be prepared for the worst medical system

Another thorny problem nowadays is how to balance the needs of several important sectors of life in America. Fortunately it is not up to me to decide this, but in theory I can ponder about it in my blog here.

This one would seek to balance the needs of the American public for good health at low cost, with the needs of the established medical systems for steady income, and with the need of the nation as a whole to have a healthy economy, all at the same time.

Now, I have the advantage of knowing from amply-proven personally experienced data, that there is a technology that provides low cost good health long-term, and does not involve the conventional health system at all. This technology is so inexpensive that it would not drag the American economy down at all, if adopted fully in the country.

The problem is that America is struggling to have enough internal business to keep the economy healthy. Two factors, that of offshore suppliers providing for much of the goods and services previously fulfilled through employment of Americans; and the other being the apparent hoarding of vast fortunes and not letting it be exercised in the American economy, thus also strangling the economy. Neither of these factors are involved in my current suggestion here; besides, they are too big for anyone to deal with. Agricultural exports are helpful, yet do not begin to balance payments internationally; selling war machinery is the other export, but unfortunately war machinery is rarely something that can be used constructively so in the big picture is just wasteful effort. This leaves what exchange is going on internally in America, to keep its economy going well. And a major internal business exchange is that ongoing in the health system.

What happens if the technology were fully adopted, which would probably drop the income of the conventional health care system to about 30% of present level and in a few years dropping to maybe 10% of the 2011 income level?

How to keep the conventional medical system up and running so it can deal with the health issues that it can do best, such as repairing injuries in accidents and assaults, when they are needed?

And the other part of this question is how to deal with this even further loss of internal money exchange?

Now, looking at the big picture, it does not seem wise to be sick simply to keep the economy thriving. There ought to be a better way to do it. Yet right now, that seems to be what is happening, on a huge scale and even weighing down the nation's government, per the news re "healthcare."

Governmental subsidies are the traditional way to deal with such things. The oil companies are given huge subsidies even nowadays when raking in huge profits; so why couldn't the health care system receive huge subsidies at a similar level, paid out of taxes?

This healthcare subsidy could be used for keeping doctors, medical facilities, and pharmaceutical manufacturers supplied with money, while being prepared for emergencies. Emergencies like ... a huge natural disaster causing lots of injuries; new diseases sprouting up and spreading all over; local sectarian militia violence injuries; and bio-terrorism mischief.

Such a "standby, and be prepared for the worst" medical system could also have much of its daily activity be involved in doing research, while the facilities are also able to be quickly shifted over for meeting the emergencies.

So, this seems to be a way to deal with the business system problem involved in a technology that would greatly reduce the need for the services of the conventional health care system in routine activity as now practiced.

Anyone reading my blog for long would by now realize that the "technology" that is being contemplated going mainstream in a huge way, to greatly improve the average person's health, reduce sick time off work, and greatly reduce the cost of staying healthy, is that of the highly suppressed knowledge field going by names such as electro-medicine or electro-herbalism, particularly involving the basic Clark-Zapper and Rife handheld device expanded technologies. A field I stumbled into fifteen years ago, highly skeptical but exploring its safety aspects, only to find it is not only safe, but in many ways brings very good health maintenance at very low cost, all self administered.

Part of the usage of such a health technology is for each individual to finally accept self-responsibility for one's own good health. How to get that accepted is another question, not explored here right now.

But the otherwise-unexplainable cessation of my need to have the same colds and flu and whatever that is periodically knocking lots of people out of work for a day or two now and then, particularly in wintertime, simply by occasionally using the Clark-Zapper for a few minutes for no reason at all other than it being like the electronic version of "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." Concurrent learning about nutritional requirements along with toxin avoidance as identified by the initial signs of need for better health (like avoidance of traces of the metal nickle, along with avoidance of bubbly beverages of all types, to help deal with potential prostate problems) would be needed, probably accomplished by online training for adults in the present time, and including it in the school curricula in the future.

This way, the potential productivity of America could be significantly increased through better wellness for all, including far less trips to the doctor and of going around feeling miserable. Better functioning employees can help a business thrive better. Per the above, I have also shown how the conventional health care system could be subsidized so as to be prepared to deal with emergencies of any scale, while also keeping partially occupied by doing R&D.

I think that the above fairly concisely explores an American problem that can't normally be socially-acceptably touched, and proposes a solution to it along with a solution to the problem that that creates. It looks like it would all work. If only people were interested in constructive cooperation, instead of exciting strife. Once again, it seems to bottom-line come to the lack of balanced usage of both left and right brained cognitive practices. (And, well, the social problems of bullies being so powerful controlling people-stuff, of course - but that is a different subject.)

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