Why Health Care Costs So Much: Most of the medical industry is a money making scam–but times are changing with technological improvements

It was good to hear that Jim Renacci who is running for U.S. Senate in Ohio said during a debate that he understood the health care problem in America. He provided an example of how the costs of eye surgery have come down in price over the years from many thousands of dollars to just a few hundred in a very short time, and honestly the same kind of cost reductions could be applied to all aspects of health maintenance in human beings. Young people are generally healthy and produce a lot of regenerative growth in their bodies while older people do not. The causes of this dilemma are of course levels of testosterone and estrogen in the bodies of people as they age, among other factors that inspire bone stability and cell replication. The future of medicine is in controlling those factors in people. But health care in general is an industry that is built on the misery of people, and a lot of the costs associations are not there to prevent people from getting sick, it is to keep them sick and to keep medical personnel employed. If you really strip away the cost of health care the Democrat approach is to give up long-term life for short-term employment. And we can never have a serious discussion about health care until we deal with this cost problem.

Like most things I have a very unusual approach to health care. I’ve always been a naturally healthy person, so I have been able to afford some scrutiny on the subject as a baseline of observation. To my experience doctors are drug dealers who want to put people on medication, and if given the opportunity, they will find something wrong with you so that they can write a prescription. That of course leads to the opioid crises, so there are further costs to this system of medical care that are terrible. To provide an example most people can relate to I’ll point you to your friendly neighborhood dentist, which Jim Renacci also used as an example during that same debate in Ohio. If you go to one dentist, they are likely to find 5 to 10 cavities in your teeth. If you go to another they may find none. So which is it? Generally, the dentist is financially incentivized to find something wrong with you because that’s how they make their money. And they want to keep you coming back every 6 months, so they can have a chance to continue finding things wrong with you. You seldom ever get the same opinion from two different members of the medical community, that is because there is a lot of scam built into the process meant to extract money from you. And like anything that involves budgets you cannot have a discussion of cost and how to pay for health care for people until we have an intelligent discussion about costs. And much of the cost of the medical industry is in useless treatment and overprescribing medication to people who really don’t need it, not to get better but to extend the catastrophic effects of the ailment. For instance, instead of dying from a disease in a few months the drugs extend that time to a decade or two. But the real focus should be in treating the disease and eliminating it, and that is not the case most of the time. That is why insurance costs are so high, because as people age insurance companies are guaranteed that a catastrophic cost to them will occur, so they have to leverage against that eventuality. But what if they didn’t have to worry about that eventuality?

Part of the way that the scam of medical treatment is sold to us is that doctors and their relationship to government have made themselves all-powerful in the realm of rules and regulations. I am an employer, and nothing makes me angrier than someone bringing me a doctor’s note telling me that they are on light duty or are going to be off work for some infinite amount of time because the doctor has taken over the management of my employee’s life. By doing that the doctor has taken over my operation and that isn’t permissible to me. The doctor doesn’t know what I need to accomplish with that employee so what right do they have to manage that person away from my influence? Of course the government backed by the Department of Labor feels entitled to tell employers that they will like being told what to do by doctors and the government in general or they can be run out of business and sued in court of all their assets. And in so many ways that is why the medical industry is so expensive, because they have no competition, they have the might of the federal government protecting their extortion racket and the cost of the loss of productivity from the workforce is forced on the business owner which then has to increase processes in other ways to cover their margins. But by the time that happens, the doctors and their staffs get paid, the government gets its cut through its various medical shakedowns such as Medicaid—which isn’t there to help people, it’s there to make sure their government employees get paid, and that much misery has been stretched out long enough to enrich the medical industry while the individual lives of the sick are ruined and their loved ones eventually have to grieve by their graves needlessly.

I have learned not to trust doctors, I have caught them in flat-out lies way too many times and needless surgeries. I’d rather take my chances on my own than turn over my health to people who just want to make money off a sickness they in most cases cause. The way to bring health care costs down is to eliminate the racket of the industry and the overpriced drugs that pharmaceutical companies want to sell you, and to get into the business of regenerative health. There isn’t a cell in our bodies that can’t be fixed and duplicated. There is no reason to degenerate as aging occurs. It is a process that real medicine can treat, while the fake medicine of the money-making charlatan and liberal politician wants to capitalize off of. I would say that 80% of the current medical industry is fake medicine designed to keep people sick and addicted while they use government power to back them into managing the lives of their patients in every way, even in the way they make money. As an employer the danger is that if you have a percentage of your workforce managed by doctors making them much less productive than your forecasts can absorb, you may go out of business, and some companies do because they can’t recover those costs.

Liberals have a very Soylent Green approach to health care, their idea which is wrapped up in the cost of the medical industry itself is to live well when you are young then when you get old, to offer yourself up to the system to mooch off of. Republicans are afraid to upset that apple cart because in a lot of cases they take money from the pharmaceutical industry also and don’t really understand the options available to patients and their treatments. Religion comes into play as well, we are born into a world that focuses on our eventual deaths, so nobody really considers a world where treatment of disease would be as common as eating at a fast food restaurant for pennies on the dollar instead of a lifelong fortune tossed away into the abyss of the medical industry. Additionally, especially liberals, they have turned earth worship into a cult in itself and as a collective entity, they don’t want to see humans living too long and not dying off overpopulating the planet. So those are the reasons that health care costs so much. But believe me, it’s very unnecessary. We could change it tomorrow, and I think the Trump administration is on the right path. So if you really care about the cost of health care, then give President Trump the tools he needs to reform it. There really isn’t anything to fear but the changes that are bound to come anyway.

Rich Hoffman

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