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The precipitous rise in healthcare cost has become crippling for industries as well as individuals. The Affordable Care Act has only served to magnify the impact of that cost on all businesses. Many a company has had to face the hard choice between growing their employee base to expand their business and constraining growth to avoid the consequences of the Affordable Care Act on the company’s existing and future profits.

It is time for a change. It is time for our government to reward employers for providing healthcare to their employees and cease punishing companies for doing so. The Sustainable Healthcare Reform Movement will accomplish this. This movement will allow your company to create a fund worth approximately $13 million dollars per 100 employees over 15 years without spending more on healthcare than you do today through a traditional health insurance carrier. The investment revenue from that fund will then perpetually replace your company’s annual healthcare contribution, freeing funds to pursue growth while providing your employees with the best healthcare anywhere on the planet.

How is this even possible, you ask? I invite you to go to the employer page in this website to learn how as well as to view a more complete listing of the benefits of this revolutionary approach to healthcare financing. Once you’ve done so, I am confident that you will want to be part of this movement.

So why not get your company positioned in front of the millions of people who will also be joining the Sustainable Healthcare Reform Movement? Why not use your advertising and marketing dollars to not only reach customers but also help effect a change that will benefit your company’s profit margin? We welcome corporate sponsors and will be happy to meet with you to discuss how we can work together to improve the future of your business.

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