Here's your 'Green' strategy for health care:
Start locating cardiac care units and dialysis facilities next to fast food restaurants. Since our culture refuses to recognize it's responsibility to make better dietary choices, you'll burn less fuel when(notice that's WHEN, not IF)you have a heart attack or end stage renal brought on by obesity based diabetes.
When it comes to this country, it's unhealthy population and the cost of health care, it's time to tell the truth:
You have an ugly baby!
The fact is technology is only one small drop in the tidal wave of health care costs. Nobody wants to talk about fast food and sedentary lifestyles because that would require the patient to change behavior and accept responsibility. If you are a stakeholder, and I mean a company providing benefits to employees, you’d do well to read
‘You Have an Ugly Baby’ available at amazon.com
This guy flat out tells where the cost are now and how to manage your plan for a decrease in cost, not services.
If you can handle the truth, go to:
and take the test…
Your article is spot on and illustrates one of the main reasons companies are struggling to make a profit. What you didn't cover is the cost shift to employees. Consider this: since 2000, workers are paying 143% more for health coverage while their out of pocket cost through copays and deductibles rose over 115% during that same period. Want it all to go away? Get off this runwaay train, go to
or buy the book that will make you face the truth at
Your next performance review/bonus could riding on the quality of your employee benefits broker.
How's that working for you?
We don't want to hear the truth but it is this:
Our lack of accountability has created a culture that feels entitled to health care paid for by employers. If you can handle the truth, go to:
I did, bought the book and my company stands to cut our costs by 15% THIS yearwithout reducing benefits or shifting costs to employees!
Or you can just keep paying more for less