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A New Perspective to Navigate the Healthcare System

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A New Perspective to Navigate the Healthcare System

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The 60% Solution

The “60% Solution” improves healthcare by impacting the individual’s financial capability, education, and engagement in healthcare decision-making, emphasizing the individual’s power to control costs through consumer choice.

The goal is to solve the impersonality of healthcare, advocating for compassionate, professionally delivered healthcare that directly addresses patient problems.


We are proud to offer a wide range of solutions designed to help you save money and achieve your health and wellness goals.

Rethinking Healthcare is about solving the impersonality of healthcare by advocating for compassionate, professionally delivered healthcare that directly addresses patients’ problems. 

Price Transparency

Hospitals are working to provide patients with accurate pricing information, complying with state and federal price transparency policies.

The Hospital Price Transparency Rule and the No Surprises Act are two examples of such policies, aiming to make pricing information more accessible to patients. There has been improvement in compliance, with 70% of hospitals complying with both components of the Hospital Price Transparency rule in 2022, up from 27% in 2021.

Primary Care

The current insurance-driven healthcare system has created a paradigm in which primary care is often misused or underused.

By rethinking this approach, optimized use of primary care can not only streamline the patient’s healthcare journey, but also proactively curb the escalation of serious medical problems and promote informed self-care.

By creating more primary care physicians armed with a wider range of education and modern technology, health issues could be identified and addressed earlier.


The current healthcare system is dictated largely by an individual’s insurance policy, which often complicates and directs a patient’s journey in the healthcare system. Insurance companies do not pay hospitals on a “fee for service” basis; instead, they pay a percentage of the “gross billed charges,” which encourages hospitals to inflate these charges.

A High-Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) is a health insurance plan that has a larger annual deductible compared to standard health plans, but offers lower monthly premiums.


Listen to our Podcast Civil Discourse hosted by Todd Furniss

Civil Discourse is a podcast where participants are free to share their ideas, show empathy for others’ perspectives, with the intention to advance to a better solution to fix a societal ill. We will focus on topics that are particularly complicated. In a time where information is from sources more opinionated than ever, our mission is to find solutions and goals to accelerate the nation’s progress with cultural impunity.

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