Fix The Broken System
The US healthcare system is a source of frustration and outrage for many Americans. The costs of healthcare are outrageously high, with many people struggling to afford even basic medical care. The lack of price transparency makes it nearly impossible for patients to make informed decisions about their own healthcare. To make matters worse, the system is riddled with corruption and conflicts of interest between regulators and pharmaceutical corporations. Patients are often pushed towards overpriced treatments and medications that may not be necessary or effective. It's no wonder that many Americans are disillusioned with the current system and want to see it reformed from the ground up. It's time to prioritize affordable, high-quality care for all Americans and to put an end to the greed and corruption that has plagued the healthcare system for far too long.
What To Do About It
Mandating price transparency in the US healthcare system is essential for creating a fair and competitive market. Considering how veterinarians give upfront estimates for animal treatments, it seems a bit absurd that doctors don't give humans information about the price of medical treatments until after they receive them. Requiring medical providers to post prices publicly and provide cost estimates upfront would enable patients to shop around for the best value and create market pressure to lower prices. This move would also help to expose corrupt practices and conflicts of interest between healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies, ultimately leading to a more affordable and equitable healthcare system.
Use Common Sense
Stop Acting Like Banana Republic
Better Care For Much Lower Prices
The US healthcare industry is rife with inefficiencies, resulting in high costs for both patients and the government. To address this, we need to take immediate action to modernize the industry. One key step is to reformat the health insurance industry from scratch, so that it is more streamlined, efficient, and affordable. Another crucial action is to automate pharmacies with robots to reduce costs and improve accuracy. By implementing these and other forward-thinking solutions, we can help to make healthcare more accessible, affordable, and effective for everyone, while reducing the burden on taxpayers and boosting the overall health of the economy.
Nature's Mental Healthcare
Legalize Effective Treatments
Cannabis has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, and recent scientific research has shown that it can provide a range of health benefits. Some of the health benefits of marijuana include pain relief, reducing inflammation, and reducing anxiety and depression. It also helps with neurological conditions like epilepsy and multiple sclerosis, as well as nausea and vomiting commonly associated with chemotherapy treatments.
Psilocybin, a psychedelic compound found in certain mushrooms, has been shown to have compelling health benefits. Psilocybin can be highly effective in treating depression, anxiety, and addiction. It can also help people overcome fears and phobias, increase creativity and openness, and enhance spirituality. Psilocybin works by binding to serotonin receptors in the brain, leading to changes in neural activity that can produce these therapeutic effects.
Derived from Sassafras trees, MDMA is a drug that has shown compelling health benefits in clinical trials. It is the most effective treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). MDMA works by increasing the levels of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine in the brain, which can promote feelings of well-being and empathy. It was perfectly legal and widely prescribed until the 1980's - when big pharma pressured our corrupt government into banning it.