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Life Expectancy and the Health of our Nation has Declined

A recent study published in JAMA showed the life expectancy of Americans has declined significantly over the last three years — a drop driven by higher death rates among all racial and ethnic groups. Americans in the prime of their lives are dying sooner.  The death rates increased from 2010 to 2017 for all causes among people aged 25 to 64. Although suicides, drug overdoses, and alcoholism were the main causes, other medical conditions, including heart disease, strokes, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, also contributed, the authors reported.

As per the lead author “The whole country is at a health disadvantage compared to other wealthy nations,” Dr. Steven Woolf of Virginia Commonwealth University, said. “We are losing people in the most productive period of their lives. Children are losing their parents. Employers have a sicker workforce.”

We are not surprised. The CDC Health Report for 2017 showed us that deterioration in all but one category (Age 65 and older-heart illness), over the last 20 years: ALL the degrees of disease suffered by the American people and the risk factors that cause them have increased, including heart disease, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia. In addition, sixty-six percent of our population (66%- up from 15% in 1960) is over-weight. We have the heaviest population of over-weights of any nation in the entire world. Over the last several years we have suffered increases in obesity in every age category 2-5 and 6-11 and 12-19 and now almost forty percent (40%) of all Americans over the age of 20 are obese.

This has got to stop. This weight problem contributes dramatically to our incidence of diabetes and chronic illness, the treatment of which now consumes 90% of the total National Health Care Gross Domestic Product (NHC-GDP). The NHC-GDP is eighteen percent (18% or $3.65 Trillion Dollars) of our total national GDP. The CBO predicts that the NHC-GDP will increase at an average annual rate of 5.5% in the coming decade.

In an April 2019 Associated Press Reported the Democrats enjoyed a strong edge with the voters on health care, with over 40% trusting them compared with 23% trusting Republicans. Our guess is these are the same suburban voters responsible for putting the Democrats back in the majority in the House of Representatives in 2018. None of the Democratic candidates have plans that address the fact that Americans are suffering shorter lives, a sicker workforce and we are at a health disadvantage compared to other countries with which we compete. The political party that successfully addresses these problems will win the hearts, minds and the votes of the American electorate in the next election. Medicare Advantage for All effectively addresses these problems but simply extending the old traditional Medicare plan 4 all does not!

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

To support and join this movement, you can download our Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on the Become A Supporter page on our web site.

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How Do You Join the Medicare Advantage for All Movement

What is the Medicare-Advantage-For-All movement? The Medicare-Advantage-For-All.Com (MAA) is a grassroots political advocacy group on a mission to promote Medicare Advantage as the platform for a truly American revolutionary health insurance plan. MAA will enable the restoration of the health, wellness and wellbeing of the American people and do so for the lowest possible cost.

We’d love for you to join us. Your support enables our efforts to have an effect on legislation and government action to improve the health and financial security of all Americans. We want to ensure immediate access to the best health care in the world at the lowest possible cost for every single American citizen that wants it. We are particularly concerned about our country’s most vulnerable citizens, including hard-working low-wage workers and the deserving uninsured, who are most vulnerable and in need of our protection and support.

To help them, we need your support. We have been working for more than four years now to get Washington, D.C. to consider our proposals. And, we have been remarkably successful. The President of the United States has mentioned our proposal in his political rallies. We were successful, along with many others, in restoring funding for the federally qualified Neighborhood Health Centers, effectively delivering primary care to millions of Americans in 1,400 communities throughout the country. And, we have a mini-plan we call the Community Health Center Health Plan (CHCHP) to further extend the benefits of this valuable resource.

Our goal is to raise awareness of the Medicare Advantage For All by making it a more viable political alternative to the progressive Medicare 4 All bills and to the importance of committing our nation to an Apollo style national program that reduces our national health care GDP to the lowest level of all the developed nations of the world by 2030. Already, the Democrats are feeling the public pressure (even from former President Obama) to consider more moderate and realistic health reform proposals in their bids for election in 2020. The Republican House Study Committee has also released a framework within which a Medicare Advantage Plan for All may fit, to create the greatest health plan the world has ever known. It looks like, no matter which party wins the 2020 elections, meaningful legislation before 2021 will be considered.

We have two opportunities for you to become a supporter (Individual and Group). The Individual Supporters, who are Medicare Advantage subscribers, politicians, their staff members, lobbyists and everyone, who has an interest in getting the system right. The Group Supporter are businesses and organization, including our insurance carriers, managed care organizations, private and political organizations, etc. Any group that would qualify for group health insurance coverage can join.

Our goal is to simply be a down-to-earth grassroots political movement, committed to getting this message out there. A comprehensive affordable health insurance for All Americans will only be possible if we are able to improve the health and wellbeing of the American people. We need a new kind of health insurance plan to do that. Humana and other Medicare Advantage plan insurers are showing us the way. We don’t need to reinvent the wheel. All we need to do is turn some wheels of governement toward what we have already created. We believe in doing that the old fashion way – by earning it, but we need your help to get the job done!

Besides this blog, our website is loaded with great information on this movement. Our website re-publishes articles and research, notices and alerts addressing the efficacy of Medicare-Advantage-For-All and effectively communicates this information to our primary audiences, which include members of Congress, key congressional staff members, the White House, policymakers in the executive branch, academics, and D.C. think-tanks, policy wonks, the media and our loyal members.

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

To support and join this movement, you can download our Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on the Become A Supporter page on our web site.

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Medicare Advantage For All and the RSC Health Care Plan Fit Like a Glove

The RSC Health Plan is a framework for personalized, affordable care. As a framework, it is designed to support programs that successfully fit into the purposes for which it is designed, principally making health insurance more affordable and more accessible to the American people. Medicare-Advantage-For-All (MAA) fits right into this framework. Not only does MAA fit well in the framework, it enhances the personalized aspect of the RSC Plan by promoting an integrative approach to medical care that is predictive, preventive and personalized (PPPM) and driven by quality outcomes. The PPPM approach effectively reverses and, in some cases, even eliminates chronic illness which, according to the CDC, accounts for 90% of our annual medical costs in the United States. PPPM in conjunction with and integral Wellness & Well Being program have the potential to reduce the national annual cost of health care (and health insurance) by Trillions of Dollars.

The RSC Plan calls for expanding access to innovative care (p. 45). Quoting the Plan Document, “Most Americans would agree that the best way to improve access to care is to increase the scope of affordable care options available.” Barack Obama alluded to this when he was a presidential candidate in the 2008 election. He said, “I believe the problem is not that folks are trying to avoid getting health care. The problem is they cannot afford it.” This is confirmed by the Kaiser Family Foundation in their studies on the reasons why, so few people opt to buy into the Obamacare (Affordable Care Act) programs.

The RSC Plan assumes lawmakers will seek to explore and promote innovative ways for delivering care to individuals at affordable prices. And, there is no better way of doing that than promoting the Medicare-Advantage-For-All program with an integral Wellness & Well Being component. In their Plan document, the RSC promotes Direct Primary Care Plans, Health Care Sharing Ministries, Association Health Plans, Special Health Risk programs and Short-Term Health Plans. It is not lost on us that Medicare Advantage is the most popular health insurance program in American. A proper MAA program that can be effectively extended to All Americans is the best way to promote comprehensive and affordable health insurance in America. We can secure substantial health savings, not just through tax advantages but also with capitation, a Wellness and Well Being program supervised by HHS and quality outcomes through PPPM. Medicare Advantage For All fits the RSC Plan like a glove.

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Medicare Advantage for All – Financing and Support

Medicare Advantage (Medicare Part C) has broad bipartisan support in Congress. 293 members of the 116th House of Representatives and a majority of Senators have acted in support of the program. The current program appeals to both sides of the aisle for good reasons. Why? It extends comprehensive Medicare Advantage health insurance benefits for All retirees over the age of 65 without any pre-existing condition exclusions, and in most cases without the need to pay any premiums out of pocket. It is a proper insurance plan in the traditional sense, in that the health insurance carriers take the risk. Expanding the program to cover those under age 65 with a Medicare Advantage for All (MAA) program can save the federal government and the tax payers a lot of money if we adopt an integral Wellness and Well Being program to bring an end to the prevalence of chronic illness in America. We can save $ Trillions of Dollars and put the medical expense of our economy on level paling field with the other industrialized nations of the world.

If we are successful in getting Medicare Advantage plans re-engineered and extended to all Americans, it would not require federal Obamacare style market stabilization funds and the 3R Risk abatement programs or the CSR benefits. Medicare-Advantage-For-All will eliminate the need for special federal and state funding to support the marketplace exchanges. It would continue to use capitation financing, which was the previously proposed Medicaid reforms and is recommended by the block grant approach of the RSC Affordable Health Plan. MAA would NOT require insurance carriers to raise their rates in order to expand services under the inflationary 80 to 85 percent loss ration requirements. Carriers will have the benefit of competition in providing benefits to the American people.

When we extend MAA to everyone, it will cost a lot less than ACA. In 2015, if we had purchased high-quality health insurance for ACA participants and paid all the premiums, we would have saved well over 60 Billion Dollars. Current Medicare Advantage plans cost less than the ACA plans, and if we re-engineer MA properly, we will be saving lots of money on an MAA option for under age 65 participants. In addition, we would eliminate the need for selective taxes by establishing a more equitable and American funding base.


We must not forget the Medicare Advantage is a known quantity among Americans. We will ne be able to successfully reform our health care system within out broad bipartisan support with the general electorate. The United States has made great strides toward the goal of making affordable health insurance available to everybody, but our current Congressional efforts are detracting from this progress. ACA did not do the job. It did not attract the majority of the uninsured. It turned into a small give-away program for a lot of people with serious health risks. Medicare Part C, which has been successful for 20 years, will do what both political parties are striving to achieve within the ample framework laid out by the RSC.

As an MAA supporter, you will be helping our efforts to convince the 116th Congress to put aside their partisan politics and take up the care of the health and well-being of the people.

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

To support and join this movement, you can download our Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on Become A Supporter pages on our web site.

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Huge Week for Health Care Politics

The Republican Study Committee released their Stage One health care plan, which outlines the basic structure of the plan they believe should replace Obamacare in 2020. You can download their plan from the Key Documents on this medicare-advantage-for-all.com web site. Their plan document t details exactly what went wrong with the ACA and the dynamics that underlie why the Affordable Care Act insurance program are so not affordable. It proposes key tax provisions and administrative changes that will make insurance plans, like Medicare-Advantage-For-All more affordable. Including and most importantly, how their plan will cover everybody with preexisting health conditions. As RSC Chairman Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA) said, “We’re going to make things better.”

Thank heavens Mike had some good news to share with us, because Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) unveiled her long awaited estimation of the costs of her Medicare 4 all plan, which was bad news for anyone looking for relief from the high cost of health insurance. Candidate Warren touted the fact that her plan would cost only $52 Billion Dollars over ten years. Her plan was adopted from candidate Bernie Sanders Plan, which was previously estimated to cost only $32.6 Trillion Dollars over ten years. Senator Warren must be planning to pay doctors and hospitals a little more than Bernie’s plan.

Most Americans know that the United States currently has a huge level of debt, which exceeds $20 Trillion Dollars, after all of our expenses. Just the idea of electing a president, who is going to try promote the take-over a functioning health care system that adds that much more debt to the balance sheet is stunning, if not ludicrous. Critics say that trying to transform a multi-payer health care system into a single payer government run Medicare 4 all system is going to cause damage.

There is nothing wrong with wanting to improve our health care system or the way in which we pay for it. Most Americans that have health insurance are struggling with the cost of it. And, a majority of Americans are concerned about those friends and neighbors that can’t afford it. But, when most people hear about a plan that is going to cost Trillions of Dollars, throw over 2 million Americans out of work and result in the government taking away their health insurance choices, they are at a loss to believe it is an improvement.

Medicare-Advantage-for-All Plans will fit right into the RSC structure of tax and procedural changes. Furthermore, a properly designed program with an integral Health & Wellness component supervised by the Department of Health and Human Services will save Trillions of Dollars starting in year one. Check out our web page on Wellness and Well Being.

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or contact our email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

To support and join this movement, you can download our Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on the About and Become A Supporter Pages on our web site.

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Why We Need to Extend Medicare Advantage to Everyone

Nothing is more important than our health, right? Then, we need to start acting like it. Medicare Advantage-for-All (MAA) is the answer.

Did you know Medicare Advantage is the most popular health plan in the United States? If we extend it to everyone, we can lower our National Healthcare GDP (NHC) by $1.3 Trillion Dollars to 12% by eliminating more than half of our chronic illness.  According to OASDI Trustees, they project by 2026 the Medicare Trust Fund for 59.8 Million retired Americans will be 100% GONE!

Here are some current facts and figures about the state of health in the United States:

  • The United States is the number one national spender on healthcare across the globe, yet, the WHO says we are only 37th in quality.
  • The CDC finds that 90% of the national NHC-GDP ($3.285 Trillion Dollars) is spent on the treatment of chronic illness.
    • We can reduce an estimated 80% of this risk with better medical care and an integral Medicare-Advantage-For-All health and wellness program.
  • 66% of U.S. is overweight. NIH says 2 in 3 Americans are overweight and the CDC reports nearly 40% of us (124.4 Million) are obese.
  • The 2018 NHC-GDP is $3.65 trillion dollars, and it is expected to increase 5.5% annually through 2030, at which time our over age 65 population will have doubled, we will have added 5 Million more uninsured Americans and our chronic illness cost will explode.
  • The healthcare formula that we are sitting on will create a financial burden on the American people that may deprive Medicare beneficiaries of their health insurance. Unless we start doing the RIGHT thing, our seniors will NOT be able to keep their plan!

Medicare-Advantage-For-All is the answer to these problems.  As Americans, we must take hold of our TRUE AMERICAN destiny and reduce the cost of healthcare by demanding that the federal government improve our health, well-being and productivity.

Join Us! Help your country continue to work for justice and truth in the free world.

We must get our elected officials to accept our uniquely American healthcare system and give us the better health and the better health insurance that we deserve!

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or contact our email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

To support and join this movement, you can download our Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on the About and Become A Supporter Pages on our web site.

 

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Medicare-Advantage-for-All: What We Believe

Medicare Advantage is the most popular health insurance program in America. It covers over 22 Million Americans with comprehensive health insurance that is affordable and accessible to all American citizens over the age of 65.

Medicare Advantage plans are comprehensive health insurance programs that replace traditional Medicare, limit out-of-pocket medical expenses, and give beneficiaries a sensible alternative to Medicare. This is less costly, equivalent in quality and value and provides the financial security required by the American people compared to traditional Medicare.

Medicare-Advantage-For-All can be designed to provide these very same benefits to all Americans. To make the Medicare program available to all Americans, we have to make it more affordable, so that every American can take advantage of it without sending our country into bankruptcy.

What we believe:

  • We Americans deserve better health and better health insurance. Our federal government has both the knowledge and the necessary resources to improve the perilous health condition of the American people. There is NO better solution to our problems than a Medicare Advantage plan for all Americans.
  • The human suffering and the loss of productivity is having a serious and deleterious impact on the ability of the American people to compete with China and Japan and other nations in the world economy.
  • The high cost of health care in America can be reduced to a world competitive GDP level with a properly designed health plan that includes an integral health and wellness program. This can only be created and delivered under the supervision of the federal Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Health and wellness are the most important ingredients to create a cost-effective Medicare-Advantage-For-All program.
  • We must work with all our representatives in Congress to immediately extend Medicare Advantage to every American!

How can you help? To support and join this movement, you can download our Medicare Advantage Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on the About and Become A Supporter Pages on our web site.

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page or our Medicare Advantage Facebook page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or contact our email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

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Medicare Advantage Vs. Obamacare

Medicare Advantage (MA) is the most popular health plan in America. Its enrollment exceeds 22 million Americans, which is well over twice the number of ACA (Obamacare) participants. MA is the fastest growing health insurance plan – thousands of new members get added daily. Meanwhile, Obamacare is the most expensive health plan in the world.

In 2015, the ACA cost eclipsed the annual per member cost of the Medicare Advantage plans (and Traditional Medicare) by over 35%. The per member cost of Obamacare far exceeds the benefits being provided to the American taxpayers and the unsubsidized American citizens paying for the program. In 2015, the annual cost/benefit per member cost $13,198 while it cost $9,719 for MA. Also, in 2015, 9.1 million had Obamacare while 17.8 million had MA.

The ACA has been the most expensive federal health insurance program in American history. Over and above the cost of the 3R’s: risk corridor, risk adjustment and reinsurance funding, the CSR payments and the cost of the federal and state marketplace exchange operations; not including all of that, the remaining annual per member cost of the ACA program exceeded that of the traditional Medicare Fee-for-Service program, which is a real feat.

MA health insurance plans are vastly more comprehensive than the affordable ACA benefit plans. MA’s exceed traditional Medicare’s equivalent comprehensive benefits with RX and wellness benefits, reasonable deductibles and in most jurisdictional counties, a zero dollar (0) out-of-pocket premium for the beneficiaries. The ACA health plans are generally the opposite, having multiple thousand-dollar deductibles, high out-of-pocket expenses and generally expensive and inflationary premiums for those, who do not qualify for federal subsidies.

The ACA was an inflationary program from the very start. In 2014, the Bureau of Economic Research documented a 24.4% increase in non-group premiums that would not have happened without the ACA. Between 2013 and 2017, ACA exchange premiums increased on average 105% and the annual cost of Silver-tier plans, which are used to calculate the federal subsidies were up again in 2018 by 32%.

This increase has been of great concern to Republicans running for re-election in the midterms. The ACA has not increased health plan affordability, competition in the marketplace or documented any remarkable cost containment. Medicare Advantage programs, on the other hand, have demonstrated substantial savings over the cost and quality of the traditional Fee-for-Service Medicare program that Democrats would like to extend to everybody.

If you’re interested in Medicare Advantage or would prefer this as an option to Obamacare, we need your support.

To support and join this movement, you can download our Medicare Advantage Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on the About and Become A Supporter Pages on our web site.

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page or our Medicare Advantage Facebook page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or contact our email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

 

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Reducing the Cost of Healthcare with Medicare Advantage

The Medicare Advantage (MA) programs insure over twenty-two (22) Million Americans with comprehensive health insurance, at a lower federal cost than either Traditional Medicare or Obamacare/ACA.  The progressive “Medicare for All” plan has a growing popularity among the American electorate. House Democrats made improved health care a successful plank in their 2018 congressional campaigns – but what we need to see is more practicality devoted to achieving this goal.

The affordability of health insurance is the last, and most important piece of our truly great American health care system puzzle that we need to complete. The Democrats call for “Medicare for All” is an understandable expression of our collective desire to successfully complete this work of art. In an Amerispeak poll conducted last year, 49% of Americans were very concerned about the number of people without health insurance.

The failure of the Republican Party to come up with a viable alternative to the ACA and the fact that we still have 30 million uninsured Americans has exacerbated this national crisis and thwarted the efforts of our health insurance carriers and health care providers to extend their services to all Americans.

We need to see more practicality and creativity devoted to achieving a solution to this problem. The Mercatus Center at Georgetown University has released a comprehensive study showing that Senator Sander’s “Medicare for All” Bill would cost $32.6 trillion over the first 10 years. Our country currently has a national debt of approximately $21.7 trillion. Based on these numbers, conservatives will probably be successful in opposing “Medicare for All” so long as Republicans maintain a majority in Senate.

What we can do to fix this system is deregulate the non-group health insurance market and crank up a variety of Gold, Silver and Bronze – Medicare Advantage (MA) health insurance plan choices that will be attractive to and more affordable for young and middle-aged Americans. As we all know, MA is a tremendously successful program. It already covers over 38% of our elderly citizens. And, Medicare Advantage is growing like a weed. Of the 11,000 – 15,000 Americans that age into eligibility for the Medicare program daily; the Gorham Group believes that 50% choose MA plans within their first year of eligibility. It does not take a rocket scientist to see the MA is far more successful than Obamacare (9 Million) will ever be. ACA enrollment has declined in each of the last three years. And, even as we currently enjoy almost the lowest uninsured rate ever in U.S. history, the ACA is steadily moving us in the wrong direction. We can make these Medicare Advantage plans even more affordable by preserving the competition between the health plans.

Necessary subsidies and tax credits can be funded by restructuring the Medicare Trust Funds, which must be done shortly because the Medicare Trust Fund actuaries predict it will be bankrupt by 2026. This year they will issue the second “Medicare Funding Warning” that within 7 years, Medicare will have to draw more than 45% of its funding from general revenues. For each such “Warning” by law, requires the President of the United States to submit to the U.S. Congress proposed legislation responsive to the problem “within  15 days after the submission of the Fiscal 2020 Budget.” Congress is then required to consider the legislation on an expedited basis. This law is a measure of the importance we place on protecting our Medicare program.

Long story short, it should be clear that it is within our power to reduce our cost of health care. We have the skill and expertise to simultaneously reduce the cost of our health care GDP to a competitive world market level, secure our exceptional and unique health care financing system and improve the health, productivity and insurability of the American people. A properly designed, expertly administered and adequately regulated MAA program will accomplish these goals.

Want to support MA? You can.

To support and join this movement, you can download our Medicare Advantage Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on the About and Become A Supporter Pages on our web site.

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page or our Medicare Advantage Facebook page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or contact our email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

 

 

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Top 10 Things Medicare-Advantage-For All Can Do for People

Medicare-Advantage-For-All plans (MAA) can deliver an American health care system capable of achieving affordable and accessible health care for every American.

This program will be designed to attract the young and middle-aged Americans that have not been able to take advantage of Obamacare. We envision these plans to be offered right along-side the ACA/Obamacare plans, which currently only cover 8.4 Million participants. All residents of the U.S., who are not eligible for (or covered by) other health insurance, will be able to participate in these new MAA plans. The MAA Plans should be especially attractive to students, low wage workers, and all the other people who comprise the 30 Million uninsured Americans, who cannot afford to buy ACA health insurance.

For this blog post, we wanted to share the top 10 things that Medicare-Advantage-For-All can do for the people. Remember, Medicare-Advantage-for-All Americans and the ACA (Affordable Care Act) are OK together. Obamacare can co-exist with Medicare-Advantage-for-All Americans. There is no need to repeal the ACA.

  1. “Medicare Advantage for All” (MAA) will focus on covering the 30 Million uninsured and the ACA’s.
  2. MAA will cost less per person than the ACA. The federal government, the taxpayers and the program participants will all save money.
  3. The program will be insured, underwritten, and administered by skilled health insurance experts with a proven track record for effectively delivering insurance programs “that work” for the American people.
  4. Medicare-Advantage-for-All Americans will incorporate all the Conservative Principles for Health Reform, being grounded in the free market with smaller government administration and no unnecessary insurance mandates and regulations.
  5. The MAA structure will be designed for and be naturally receptive to the federal government’s ability to effectively contain, control, and reduce health care costs and prescription drugs nationwide.
  6. MAA will know no state boundaries. Multiple carriers will offer uniform programs in all states and municipalities and have a dedicated and coordinated focus on improving the physical, mental health, and well-being of the American people, thereby increasing their productivity.
  7. Medicare-Advantage-for-All Americans will develop specific affordable health insurance products designed to cover the growing low-wage working population in America. These programs will effectively integrate the primary care offered by our national Community Health Centers Network and Rural Health providers with tertiary health care for this underserved population in a CHCHP Program.
  8. MAA will correspond to and coordinate with constructive Medicaid modernization and expansion programs and will make it possible for the United States to achieve near 100% insurability of all American residents.
  9. MAA will allow maximum use of Health Savings Accounts and provide tax credits and premium subsidies to those Americans least able to afford health insurance due to their incomes.
  10. Congress will fund MAA in their across-the-board re-structuring of the Medicare Trust Funds. All arbitrary ACA taxes on certain businesses or certain taxpayers must be repealed, including the Cadillac taxes, investment income taxes, health insurance taxes and medical device taxes, which only hit select businesses and American households.

President Obama described ACA as a wealth transfer. MAA is a deliberate Health Insurance Reform for all Americans.

“Medicare Advantage for All Americans” will the United States to show-case a public-private partnership that will deliver a health care system capable of achieving affordable access for every American.

For more information on the Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan and the movement, visit our Medicare-Advantage-For-All plan page, call us at 1-888-683-3719 or contact our email us at: contact@medicare-advantage-for-all.com.

To support and join this movement, you can download our Membership Application and complete it with your contact information and send it to us with your financial support or just complete the Pay Pal Credit card authorization on the About and Become A Supporter Pages on our web site.