The greatest potential of pending U.S. health care policy is in its capacity to evolve someday into literally free universal health care. Every global citizen would have zero cost health and medical care regardless of national citizenship or current geography. Quality health care would be provided without qualification. To complete the universal coverage ideal, the free universal health care policy would be extended to any human or peaceful species with origins outside of the earth atmosphere.
The United States is currently molding its version of national health care policy, dubbed Universal Health Care. Opponents of this system argue that nations currently under similar health care policy structures deliver substandard results. Of course, the ultimate goal is to provide quality health care for all citizens at a reasonable cost.
Expectation theory to predict policy outcomes include extreme results of total support, success, failure and resistance as outer boundaries that contain the expected and actual results. Historically, social policies tend to cycle through predictable patterns of implementation and reversal according to current leadership. This cyclical pattern continues over decades along with varying policy support by the current political entities in power. The relevant question is whether the adopted health care policy, regardless of how it’s constructed or its current measure of success, is destined to be reversed as expected at the earliest convenience of the next political opposition party with enough support to be voted into office, thus minimizing real change over time. This is the historical expectation.
The only path to avoid the expectation of net mediocre change is to adopt rare policies derived from highest ideals. A great obstacle to adopting a sustainable health and medical care policy based on highest ideals is that leaders are unwilling to listen to their inner voice regarding exactly what their highest ideals are. They are the ideals that have zero conflicts among any other highest ideal and therefore zero conflicts with any awakened entity. They cannot be heard from the dogma constraints of any political affiliation. They are ingrained but often buried within each human.
The main obstacle to credible health care policies is that humans are deriving policies from their lower selves. They use their creative mental forces and gifts to compromise and compete with their highest ideals and each other. For this reason, policy makers, advisors and global citizens will always feel cheated, even if they are happy with the relatively improved policies. They will not yet speak it aloud, but they know that human society have already sufficiently advanced in technology to achieve the highest ideal of true, zero cost health care that omits not one global citizen. Humans have advanced research laboratories, thousands of pharmaceutical organizations advancing medicines and procedures, accelerating rates for curing many diseases, fast transportation systems, real-time portable communication devices, a powerful and rapidly expanding body of medical knowledge and a global population size that enables the human race to train any desired quantity and proficiency of medical professionals. The higher self recognizes these capacities and immediately understands that money, compensation and the socialized “what’s in it for me?” mentality blocks fulfilling our global and individual highest ideals – one of which is true free global health care.
If the reader is still unconvinced on this idea, consider indulging in a hypothetical scenario to grasp the flaw in current human thinking. Consider the ideal that global science entities go to great extent to seek intelligent life beyond the earth. Hypothetically, if visited by an injured friendly alien life, then medical and science entities would surely provide every known human, technological and financial resource to aid the injured friendly alien. They would do so because of curiosity and the rare opportunity to answer many questions about how humans fit into the grand scheme of life in the universe. They would do so because of the chance to advance the human race from potential medical and technological knowledge gained. They would feel great pride in their accomplishments. However, they would feel an even greater loss if the injured alien could not be saved. Then what is the human psyche difference between caring for a hypothetical injured alien versus a global human in a very poor region on planet earth?
The psychological difference is the expected return. There is an extremely high expected return for saving a friendly alien compared to a suffering unknown human in a poor region on our own planet earth. Perhaps the progress paradox is that the alien would attempt to communicate that the advancements of its species were generated from policies that nurture every member of their species, without exception. Perhaps sharing this wisdom was a vital mission of the visit.
Current global health care policies do not aggressively pursue optimized health for every human as the expected returns are perceived to be too low. To acknowledge that using extensive, scarce resources to nurture any one human is unworthy of the expected return is equivalent to having a psyche that holds some humans and perhaps all of mankind in relative low esteem. The irony is in the rare understanding that any global resource is worth saving and nurturing any one human being. This understanding will be ingrained in the human psyche only after the realization that any nurtured life can rise above its limiting conditions to contribute knowledge, skills, inventions and advancement philosophies of global scope and benefit that far exceeds the cumulative efforts and resources nurtured into that life. Even if such returns over a lifetime are not formally recognized globally, advances will manifest in individual esteem, emotional security and in becoming a strong supporter of entities and policies that nurture those same highest ideals. In this regard, the socialized “what’s in it for me?” continue to block fulfilling our global and individual highest ideals.
The only relevant health and medical care restriction is whether the earth has the capacity for sufficient raw materials with which the required health-related tools and medicines can be engineered. That’s it. There are no other real obstacles. The remaining obstacles are human-created, human-sustained and illusionary. Our civilization have virtually unlimited human resources available to train to any level and specialty within the medical profession. The human race decides to restrict access to education and therefore medical expertise on the basis of financial resources available. Yes, human civilization is responsible for any global deficiency in medical personnel due to the outdated financial-social structures that continue to deny millions of would-be medical professionals worldwide. Furthermore, continuing to grant or deny medical knowledge, or any other information sharing, based on money or other compensation systems is the primary obstacle that prevents achievement of highest potentials, cooperative mentalities and collaborative relations worldwide. In the 21st century, college loans, discounts, scholarships and other financial management systems help many to participate within the broken systems that fail to provide every needed opportunity and sufficient skill globally. Since the human race became aware of how money and compensation systems enabled many but could never enable and serve all, then these systems should have formally expired long ago to be replaced with the security of unlimited access by every global citizen.
When medical cost issues arise today and in the future, remember that cost is the same outdated obstacle emerging to continue restricting access and efficient sharing of human knowledge and therefore restricting the number of available skilled medical and other professionals globally. Only those readers capable and willing to look beyond global financial systems can understand the progress that mankind unnecessarily sacrifices in order to continue debilitating global models based on finances and compensation, which have approximately zero percent probability of sustaining every global citizen in the future.
Humans continue to compromise away from their highest ideals in exchange for temporary and competitive policies that lack support and vision to sustain their species for at least a one thousand year period. Without monetary or other compensation exchange for medical training, essential resources, labor or administration anywhere, what will be revealed is the only viable, long-term health care solution that can sustain all humans while simultaneously supporting other social advancement leap opportunities for the entire human race.
To realize true universal health care is to initiate global policies that unleash the highest ideals of humanity by: 1) realizing that the human race will never have money problems but cooperation problems 2) providing true care to every human on planet earth with care extended to those beyond our planet. 3) removing all financial and other compensations, enabling true care for all in need. 4) shifting from mentalities that require compensations for essential products and services and 5) shifting towards mentalities that encourage cooperation, volunteering and sharing of all resources.
The United States would achieve a great win for its people by acknowledging and following its destined highest ideals and inviting the rest of the global community to join them. The U.S. would gain global favor and increased security by demonstrating its desire to lead the march towards authentic and noncompetitive sharing of medical knowledge, technology, skilled human resources and goodwill. Other global nations would join the U.S. to adopt this policy as it reflects also their unspoken highest ideal wishes. After every veil is removed, highest ideals of all humans and all nations are the same. It is time to implement global policies that realize true humanity, global intelligence and faith.