United States Citizen Fund

Faith, Family, Freedom


USCF Healthcare Programs

     USCF healthcare is made up of 7 separate but distinct programs.   Each program serves a specific purpose and need.   Every citizen is required to participate in Primary Healthcare (PHC) and Essential Healthcare (EHC).   PHC handles outpatient care and EHC covers inpatient care.   People participate in Chronic Healthcare (CHC), Mental Healthcare (MHC), Assisted Living Care (ALC), and Risk and Recovery Care (RRC) based on their specific needs.   No matter what type of medical care an individual needs their premiums are paid for through a single fund called their Healthcare Savings Account (HCSA).   Individuals who utilize Aesthetic Healthcare (AHC) continue to pay out of pocket for those services with limited availability through their HCSA.
     All USCF healthcare programs operate in the free-market economy to create the competition that improves quality while keeping costs low.   Until the federal debt is paid off every citizen is required to pay a minimum of 1% of their income for each program they utilize.   The employer, the state, and federal government also match contributions for individuals whose yearly income is less than the U.S. GDP per Capita.   All funds go into the Healthcare Savings Account.   As the federal debt is paid down USCF will absorb and eliminate all copays.   When the federal debt is fully paid off USCF will evaluate changes to America’s economic structure and consider if absorbing healthcare premiums is an option.
     Remember children have no premiums or copays for their healthcare.   Their PHC is managed by the school district within which the child lives and paid for by the Primary and Secondary Education Fund.   All other healthcare needs of children are managed and funded by the State Management System.
Read about USCF Healthcare Savings Account.
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