Fundamental Strategy.

Model:

The Healthcare Investment Plan (HIP): an alternative to getting tax credits or tax refunds as an incentive to buy healthcare insurance:

Private healthcare insurance companies carry a diverse investment portfolio.

With their purchase of a plan, individuals, small businesses or corporations can purchase stock in their healthcare insurance company.

Those who choose to own stock can regularly receive a capital gains distribution.

Fiscal returns rally an increase in voluntary purchase of healthcare insurance.

Medicare and Medicaid funds could be allocated to purchase stock in insurance companies with investment distributions used to reduce public taxation to support these federal and state programs.

To counter market downturns a health insurance company portfolio includes guaranteed fixed annuities.

Costs of insurance company’s stock, the diversity of their portfolio, and their return on investment ratio, fosters a buyer’s market with competition between carriers.

Parceling of Premiums by the Insurance Company:

20% or less for purchasing shares matched by the insurance company to increase investment capital

70% for medical coverage up to 90% for the non investor

5%  for buyer catastrophic fund

5% to the insurance carrier as investment incentive

Appeal to the Public and the insurance Carriers:

Investment opportunity with lowest premium plans captures previously insurance negligent population.

Investment strength motivates purchase of highest premium plans.

Carrier realizes income from greater volume and buyers realize income from investment.

Appeal to the Community:

Prudent healthcare decisions by the insured, the physician and the hospital lowers healthcare cost and strengthens investment returns.

Competition between insurance companies to be the most investment worthy and provide the best medical coverage attracts more public, doctor and hospital endorsements.

Insurance companies that are less investment worthy with poorer medical coverage and reimbursements will improve to heighten market competition and Medicaid healthcare cost containment or dissolve.

Competition to acquire physicians and access hospitals will eliminate enrollment fees for them and strengthen their bargaining position for reimbursements.

Tax Credits:

Insurance company matches buyer’s 20% to strengthen their purchasing power with a 20% tax credit to the insurance company.

3% of a buyer’s distribution is divided into thirds:

One-third for insurance company portfolio managerial fees.

Two thirds for funding healthcare insurance coverage for those below the poverty level.

This 3% becomes a tax credit for the buyer.

Investment Distributions Can:

1) engender income for buyer
2) generate tax revenue for the government from capital gains
3) pay premiums
4) cover deductibles
5) build catastrophic funds

Children:

Parent or guardian purchases the coverage and uses the returns until child reaches 25 years of age (or after 21 when has sufficient earnings to take over payments).