Venice Health Care Vigil Wednesday

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MoveOn members have organized a candlelight vigil for  “people suffering under the broken health care system.”

On Wednesday, September 2, at 6 p.m. a vigil will be held at Lincoln and Rose

According to organizers, the vigil will open “with moving words from Senator Ted Kennedy, who called this fight ‘the cause of my life.’”

In addition,  stories of people struggling with the current health care system.

One thought on “Venice Health Care Vigil Wednesday”

  1. Theme : Today is the time to boost health mileage and follow peace just like Nissan Leaf and GM Volt.

    Time doesn’t fix the ceaseless greed and energy exhaustion for certain. Faced with these challenges, current generation is to build a bridge for generations ahead, and it will be indispensable for both, too. By converting Incredible waste in health care system into funding for the uninsured young adults, both generations are better off after all, otherwise, Medicare, Medicaid system are also facing insolvency.

    Similarly, by weaning off fossil-fuel dependence as part of trimming the trade deficit (over 2/3 of which is caused by importing oil), all generations are enjoying the benefits of long-lasting peace and job generation together, as Nissan Leaf and GM Volt that attained a long-awaited innovation are coming to marketplace soon, and the other players that come in a range of 200 to 300 miles between charges are on fast-tract toward mass-market, as well.

    With this promising health reform combined with a balancing function for price inflation in operation, Chevy Volt, too, is earning competitive edge in price along the way, together with Nissan Leaf. And I think it’s of great importance to note that world-wide overpopulation that keeps surging and energy shortfall thereof don’t accommodate inefficiency and waste any longer.

    Like an efficient EV technology, the magic pill, an outcome-based payment system facilitates the up-take of patient-oriented value and an IT system, evidence-based care/ group approach, overcoming the regional disparity, skipping redundant and risk-carrying procedures, medical errors/deaths and frivolous lawsuits thereof, futile billing costs and a long line problem, intrusion of government.

    Since Minnesota spends “20 percent” less per patient than the national average and 31 percent less than in the highest cost state, under a pay for patient’s outcome pack, this promising reform could be successful along the way, I believe.

    Apart from the revenue package $583 billion and the savings of this reform package (($583bn (the revenue package) + $80bn (so-called doughnut hole) + $155bn (savings from hospitals) + $167bn (ending the unnecessary subsidies for insurers) + 129bn(mandate-related fine based on shared responsibility) + $277bn (ending medical fraud, a minimum of 3% , the combined Medicare and Medicaid cost of $923.5bn per year, as of July,) = $1.391trillion + the reduced cost of ER visits (Medicare covers some 40% of the total) + the tax code on the wealthiest more reduced than originally proposed and more)) , this “20%” of $923.5bn (the combined Medicare and Medicaid cost per year, as of July) is around $184.7bn per year and 1.847trillion over the next decade, the patient-oriented value alone could be sufficient to meet the goal.

    Please look no further than this payment reform, the flower of reform !

    In general, when some part of our body is ailing seriously, we are losing competitiveness, equally, when some part of a nation is ailing servery, it is losing competitiveness, too

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