- Heathcare Reform: A Bipartisan Plan that Works
- Universal Healthcare: A Plan that Fits the Budget
- Universal Healthcare: A Plan Using Free Markets
- Universal Healthcare: A Plan Without Bureaucracy
- Universal Healthcare: A Plan with Free Choice
- Universal Healthcare: A Plan different from Others
- Universal Healthcare: A Plan a Revolutionary Approach
- Goodbye Managed Care: Hello Incentive Care
- Universal Heatlhcare: Without Big Brother
Alan Bruce Scharf’s universal healthcare plan is a revolutionary way of looking at healthcare reform that could gain widespread bipartisan support.
Scharf’s universal healthcare plan combines free markets with boundary regulations and incentives to control costs while utilizing Wall Street and the insurance industry to fund the securitization of healthcare costs.
There is free choice, no insurance company intermediary and no new federal bureaucracy.
Managed care, a business model that has not and will never work is eliminated and replaced with incentive care.
He faced a battle against cancer. The worst part of his battle was the medical fight but a close second was the stress caused by the fights with the insurance company to get pre authorizations and ensure medical bills were paid. He is still fighting.
There is no reason for a sick person or even a healthy one to need to deal with both medical and financial battles at the same time. Something must be done.
He is a Wharton School graduate and CPA.
Alan’s livelihood is to fix business and asset problems by creating new workout and turnaround strategies and executing them.
Having created a Universal Healthcare Plan That Works, he would like it injected in the national debate.