x1power Wednesday, 08/17/16 10:21:12 AM Re: venturecapp post# 10 Post # of 17 Apparently, the solution to our health care problems as a nation is to continue to let them grow at a faster rate than energy and food costs. At this rate of 'profit inflation', there will be no way to politically cut the deficit, repair the infrastructure, and reduce federal and state spending without cutting our military and international spending to the bone? Or, we could turn our health care system over to the like of BA and LMT and see what steps they can think up with MSFT and Google, to try and cut the red tape in health care. Why not place high expense/high risk low income medical program users in a separate non-profit medical care program , and actually pay them to take the steps to become as healthy as they can under their present medical treatment regimes? You cannot tell me that a mobile vehicle centered rural program using outfitted buses as dental, vision, and pharmacy and basic health care treatment . . . could not help dramatically to reach, treat, and monitor with modern wireless user Bluetooth readout personal devices high-rise, low-income patients and school populations. Exactly what are we spending our healthcare $$s on? Government can further help by spending medical school students under supervision and military medical units, along on these bus trips to both gain knowledge and to serve the unmet national and state health needs of our people. Oh . . . wait . . . the AMA would demand/need a cut on ever patient care plan they have purposefully 'neglected' to serve. Guess that could not happen.