LOS ANGELES, Oct. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As the health care debate rages on inside Washington,how would the scientific community, which landed a man on the moon, approach the problem?
For democrats and some republicans, U.S. healthcare is an issue of the heart – for many republicans, the issues are finance and not running the government
Any final outcome on health care legislation that does not have support of two-thirds of congress would be a shame on us as a nation.
It's time Congress calls in the scientific community to provide a robust health care model, or computer simulation, in which every facet of health care policy is analyzed in order to produce an optimal health care system to improve access to health care for all uninsured Americans.
Tara Chand, Founder, chairman & CEO of Internet Promise Group Inc. (IPG), volunteers to lead development of such an optimal health care system, by developing a computer simulation, where every facet of the health care economy and their interactions are modeled and analyzed, to develop an optimal health care system for those who have to buy their insurance on the open market.
Optimal is a system-based concept and applies not only to technology systems, but also to human systems like U.S. healthcare. Mr.Chand's health care economy model would use a computer simulated brain, with parameters to capture every aspect of the uninsured health care economy.
Mr.Chand's scientific approach would help solve the problem by creating optimum insurance risk pool sizes,even across state lines, to achieve desired premiums based on people's heath profiles, age, and geographic regions–thus minimizing use of Medicaid funds.
How much time will it take for a viable health care policy to use a scientific approach; a few months at most, if we employ the right talent and computer systems.
About IPG Inc.IPG is a pre-IPO enterprise, and a unique enterprise in many ways, including being a first ever U.S. technology conglomerate; Tara Chand is the Founder, Chairman & CEO of Internet Promise Group (IPG); a prolific and visionary inventor, with over 50 patents, plus 100 patent-pending submissions. Please click the link for IPG's future plans.
Contact: Tara Chand (310) 787-1400, [email protected],Twitter:@TaraChandEsqIPGCEO
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