Valueless layers of bureaucrats crushing patients and doctors: it’s time to just bust out

Friend of IP4PI, Jack Iannantuono, writes in:

By taking over medicine in 1965 with Medicare the government had sown the seeds for the blood sucking, valueless layers of bureaucrats and regulations and Wall Street greedy hand and malpractice windfall in highway lining billboards with pictures of Physicians you will never see in person that now accounts for nearly 20 % of GDP about $3.3 trillion and I tell you truly health care can be delivered for less than a third of that…yes less than 1 trillion and be less than 5% of GDP and our physicians and communities would do it if we can just bust out of Washington trying to fix, reform or replace.

There is no need whatsoever for government to have a say or a place in medicine.

Obamacare turned from a nightmare into a weapon. Dang it …can we learn from this?

Jack Iannantuono, CFP®, ChFC®, MSFS, AIF® | Indicon, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer

Saving the Principle Upon Which the Country Was Founded – Liberty

I’m not really trying to save the country…trying to save the principle upon which the country was founded…Liberty

The Federal Government should be removed from every aspect of interference it has unconstitutionally grabbed in the last 100 years: Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Income Tax, Federal Reserve, education funding , litany of Federal Agencies etc. etc., etc.,

Never was there a country on Earth (and there will never be one) with massive central government programs that are not either bankrupt and/or corrupted morally and politically, We indeed see that in our face after 100 years of creeping socialism….

Complete decentralization means living within your means locally …health care, education….everything!

Short of this the country will break up soon.

Jack Iannantuono, CFP®, ChFC®, MSFS, AIF® | Indicon, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer

Hospital Empires are Mere Annexs of the Government

Guest post from Jack Iannantuono, CFP®, ChFC®, MSFS, AIF® | Indicon, Inc.:

Being jealous of Romney, when Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell launched his State run health care system in his second term, I was asked to present for a legislative hearing held at Mercy Hospital in Norristown.

The CEO of Lankenau Hospital, another presenter, mentioned he already had about 8000 sq. feet of office space and about 25 staff reporting to the state and federal govt and Rendell Care, based on his analysis would double both the sq. feet and the number of staff.

That was prior to the EMR initiative, also prior to Obamacare. Continue reading