Minda Wilson has spent more than 20 years on the front-lines of the healthcare debate. Wilson is not a politician or an insurance executive. She is a corporate attorney specializing in healthcare, paid to understand the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, its implementation, and its impact.
What she’s learned is terrifying. She has the insight and expertise to say what no one else is saying, and is proposing real-world, implementable solutions. In her new book Urgent Care, Wilson offers ten cures for America’s ailing healthcare system. The truth is, that in trying to ensure access to high quality, affordable healthcare for all Americans and improve the healthcare delivery records of under-performing hospitals, we have sacrificed many of the things that made America’s health system the greatest one in the world.
This November 1 is the first day of Open Enrollment when U.S. taxpayers can enroll, re-enroll or change a 2017 insurance plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Experts predict insurance companies will increase prices by 25%. So it’s crucial that consumers know their options. Just in time, lawyer and health care expert Minda Wilson is releasing her new book Urgent Care: Ten Cures for America’s Ailing Healthcare System, to help explain the good and bad of “Obamacare” and give power back to consumers in making choices about smart, effective healthcare.
Her goal is to teach consumers how to take back their power and make smart decisions about this basic human right in a civilized society – affordable and safe healthcare.
Wilson’s book offers a Ten Step Solution that addresses tax benefits, gifting programs, a realignment of Urgent Care Center function, rethinking medical services to incarcerated populations, the benefits of personal Health Savings Plans and much more.