1 in 6 Americans do not have healthcare. That is approximately 47 million people. Simply put, Americans cannot afford healthcare so millions go without.
In the next hour, the US will spend $230M on healthcare. Overall, the US spends more on healthcare than any other nation.
Spending more on healthcare, however, does not necessarily equate to better healthcare. For example, the US infant mortality rate is close to that of Estonia, Cuba, Croatia, and Poland. If, instead, the US infant mortality rate was closer to that of Sweden, approximately 21K more babies would live to celebrate their first birthdays. In the richest country in the world that is unacceptable.
Creating Affordable Healthcare with Vested Economics
In the richest country in the world, no one should be excluded from healthcare coverage due to cost.
National Vesting™ makes it possible to provide healthcare coverage for every single American. No one needs to be turned away. No one needs to lose their house over healthcare costs. No one needs to choose between rent and hospital bills.
The market surplus produced by every American is the key ingredient to National Vesting. National Vesting, in turn, is the key to transforming our economy and the lives of every single American – for the better.