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Complexity or Simplicity

Two choices for the United States’ health care system


Complexity is an excellent adjective to describe the current health care system, which is complex, inefficient and costly. The system is being made even more complex by the March 2010 Law, which is a new version of a health-care-NOT-for-all system.
Position at the flow chart of complexity.

Simplicity is an excellent adjective to describe Improved Medicare for All, which is a health-care-for-all system that is very simple and efficient.
Position at the flow chart of simplicity.

Comparison: it’s time to move from complexity to simplicity.
Position at comparison information.


 

Flow Chart of Complexity: an inefficient system in which to pay for health care.
The complexity is increasing with the March 2010 Law: the Affordable Care Act of 2010.

Complexity:

what we get when we
keep and expand government bureaucracy
plus keep and expand health insurance company bureaucracy
plus keep and expand supporting, related bureaucracy


Put the complexity chart at top. — OR — switch to simplicity.

Complexity in how we pay for health care is very bad for the financial and physical health of Americans and America.

Affordable Care Act Flowchart

We provide a printable (pdf) version of the flow chart above.
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Go here to switch to top of simplicity chart.

References related to the above flow chart:


 

Flow Chart of Simplicity: an efficient system in which to pay for health care
with Improved Medicare for All via single-payer health care

Simplicity:

what we get when we (will)
establish one place to pay and
that one place pays most of our medical bills

Put chart at top. — OR — switch to complexity.

Simplicity in how we pay for health care will be excellent for the financial and physical health of Americans and America.

Improved Medicare for All Flow Chart

We provide a printable (pdf) version of the flow chart above.
If you have any difficulty accessing a pdf file, please go here.
Go here to switch to top of complexity chart.



 

 

Comparison
to Improved Medicare for All

Comparison of the March 2010 Law
to Improved Medicare for All

The March 2010 law, the Affordable Care Act of 2010 maintains and expands government programs, increasing our taxes. It also maintains and expands the use of health insurance companies and adds regulations on them to provide more benefits, increasing our premiums, deductibles and co-pays. It also implements government intrusions. See our investigative report for more.

Improved Medicare for All reduces the excessive administration in three types of bureaucracy, including cutting of government programs, the slashing the degree of participation of health insurance companies, and the cutting out of many activities and functions in the supporting, related bureaucracy.

Side-by-side comparison. See the side-by-side comparison between Improved Medicare for All and the health care reform law of March 2010.

 

 

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Sources

Figures (flow charts) were developed by a Medicare for All special team.

 

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