How American Healthcare Creates The New World Order

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There’s a wonderful article in the most recent issue of Time Magazine. It’s not wonderful in the sense of what it’s talking about. But it is wonderful with regard to what it’s indicating. The United States healthcare system is helping prepare Americans for The New World Order that is Copiosis.

The article talks details how Americans are giving up on the America’s healthcare system. Patient dissatisfaction, high costs, and poor outcomes top the list of reasons why. Even though it spends more than any other developed country on healthcare, America’s healthcare outcomes are “subpar” according to the article. Indeed, only 12 percent of Americans said the American system handles healthcare “extremely” or “very” well, says Time.

More than 40 percent of Americans were unsatisfied with their medical system, according to the article. That’s way more than the 22 percent of people in the U.K. and 26 percent of people in Canada who were unsatisfied with theirs.

Time’s latest issue tells of the early stages of America’s shift to Copiosis.

More “bad” news

So Americans spend more on their healthcare than any other developed country. Yet they get worse results than other systems and are least satisfied. It’s no wonder our average life expectancy is lower than any other nation and that 60 percent of Americans suffer from chronic diseases.

And when Americans do get sick they don’t like going to the doctor. That’s because our system treats them terribly. It doesn’t help that fewer people want to work in the system. There’s physician burnout. There’s nurse burnout. Overloading practitioners with too many responsibilities makes it near impossible for them to provide attentive care, according to the article. Which explains why many patients describe being treated like numbers.

Meanwhile America’s insurance industry contributes to the problem. Under America’s insurance system, primary and family care doctors earn far less than specialists. You can guess what this means. Graduates opt for higher-paying speciality practices. That leaves fewer doctors in primary and family care. And that leads to more overloaded staff and burnout. Which leads to worse patient service.

What all this means

Of course, in Copiosis, doctors’ incomes aren’t dependent on their specialities. How much they get depends how much Net Benefit they create. Not just in their practice, but throughout their lives. While doctors still get good incomes for what they do, nurses and other front-line staff get “paid” way more in Copiosis than today. Especially when they offer attentive, personal service to sick people. And, if what they offer not only cures sicknesses but also keeps people out of hospitals, healthcare professionals keep getting income well after their interventions.

Meanwhile, these professionals also get income from, for example, teaching others, raising kids well and being there for their aged parents. In Copiosis, everyone receives income for far more than just their “job.” Any Net Benefit producing act merits income.

Back to healthcare: in Copiosis, “revenues” and “costs” don’t exist. Neither does “profit”. Healthcare providers get paid the most when they focus on making people well with no regard for costs or revenue. Treating their patients as humans makes them even richer. And when a hospital’s total Net Beneficial outcomes exceed its net-negative beneficial outcomes, hospital owners get paid too. And, they keep getting paid.

Things change dramatically on the patient side too. For one, no one pays for healthcare. So affordability keeping so many from care goes away. That may produce temporary shortages in the beginning. But there are many today who would love to work in healthcare, but can’t or won’t. Copiosis eliminates many things making people leave the field. Or keeping them from going in to the field in the first place. It does so through the Net Benefit framework and how the Copiosis algorithm works. So, in time, those shortages disappear and people get the care they need all at no cost.

Making life better

Doing what you enjoy and needing money don’t need to conflict. In today’s workplaces, they often do. Many people don’t do what they love. Those that do often suffer financially. Many healthcare professionals, for example, leave the field because it sucks working in it. They still must earn a living though. In today’s world, people have to work to put food on the table. They must afford their healthcare.

But in Copiosis, none of that is true. In Copiosis, you can do what you love and still put food on the table. That’s because it costs you nothing to do that, or to get healthcare when you need it. Most things people need to enjoy life cost nothing in Copiosis. And providers of those things still get rich. This video shows how that happens:

Copiosis is going to change the world as we know it.

And when that happens the result will be stunning. The New World Order isn’t something to fear. It’s something to embrace. It means MORE freedom, wealth, opportunity and a cleaner Earth to live on.

Copiosis is The New World Order. The more people who realize our healthcare system doesn’t serve us, the more likely America will turn to something better. When it does, Americans will look back and see how today’s healthcare system prompted the better one that showed up. The one Copiosis creates.

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