So once again, we are right back to the crux of the matter. Healthcare costs too much. I came across this blog
from Sunday, June 26, from conoutofconsumer
detailing several ways that Obamacare fails. We aren't going to talk about politics, we all know that the Affordable
Care Act is anything but affordable as detailed by the article cited above. Whomever conoutofconsumer is, s/he hates republicans just as much as
democrats, too, so no politics here.
You who follow my blog know what I am going to say so bear with me. The way to save money on health insurance is to get rid of the insurance part
altogether. Get rid of the skyscrapers. Get rid of the cast of thousands. Get rid of all the things that make a multi-trillion dollar industry run and
replace it all with a whirring machine in a cold room
While I couldn't find recent statistics that I trusted, I did find several articles about the average cost of healthcare in 2014 and 2015. I suppose it
just takes a year or so to compile the data for these elephantine, wasteful insurance companies. What I did find was fairly consistent however. The
average single insured in the United States paid $5,615 for healthcare in 2014, the average family: $15,745. See the details here
. That equates to almost $470 per month for the individual
and a whopping $1313 for the family. A nice, new minivan with insurance and gas would cost far less and might provide more benefit. We have already proven
that we can save you 1/3 of that cost, saving you $156 per month each
making your bill somewhere around $313, or the family savings of $437
per month, making the bill about $875. That $437 savings itself would go a long way toward a new minivan.
By our calculations we can service each and every one of you for about $1/month. That's right; the cat is out of the bag. Our expenses are servers and
facilities to house them. Of course we are going to have costs for ongoing development, and to have someone to answer the phones if you call, but the core
application is designed, built and paid for. Maintaining it is about $1/month per insured. Do you really want to keep throwing $156 per month for
every insured person in the United States at these bloated, inefficient, greedy, faceless corporations who literally do nothing that
can't be done by a machine, and just gum up the works?
That is real money coming out of your pocket. Obviously, We here at Sentia have an
ax to grind, but our particular ax costs about a third less than everyone else's.
I'm asking you to call your congress people and senators and show them this today. Do it. Right now. ...and get