Mcfly Goes to Med School: Your Physician in the Unraveling U. S. Healthcare Crisis: Solutions for America's 47 Million Uninsured

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AuthorHouse, May 6, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 220 pages
Healthcare could decide the next presidential election if the uninsured and seniors rallied together with one voice around this critical issue. This book presents a plan that controls healthcare spending and provides coverage for 47 million uninsured Americans, without taxing the general population, and without a government administered universal health program. To understand healthcare one has to understand the players. This includes physicians, hospitals, insurance companies, government, drug companies and lawyers. Nothing starts in this $2 trillion a year industry called healthcare without the physician. Yet the physician seems as powerless a participant as the uninsured. How did this happen? Most people do not realize that the U.S. will have a deficit of 100,000 to 200,000 physicians within the next ten years. How will this shortage be addressed? Healthcare is a right not a privilege. Our elected officials take an oath of office to defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. Every year over 18,000 people die unnecessarily because of being uninsured. Real solutions are needed to combat this deadly domestic enemy. The last chapters of this book list the names, addresses, phone and fax numbers of all members of Congress. It is time for the voices of 47 million uninsured Americans to be heard.

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About the author (2008)

Dr. Cecil Bennett is a board certified family physician in Atlanta Georgia.  He is the founder and Medical Director of the Atlanta Primary Care Centers. Dr. Bennett is the President of the Greater Medical Center Group; a medical education consultation company in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the current Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Xavier University School of Medicine, Aruba.


Dr. Bennett is married to wife Andrea, and father to children Danielle, Matthew and Alyssa.

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