USCF Healthcare Reform
USCF healthcare reform consists of four medical programs that citizens access through their individual Healthcare Savings Account (HCSA). The HCSA is used to pay for medical care when needed. USCF healthcare programs include Primary Healthcare (PHC), Essential Healthcare (EHC), Chronic Healthcare (CHC), and Mental Healthcare (MHC). These medical programs are designed to meet specific healthcare needs while increasing efficiency, reducing costs, and improving the quality of care. All citizens contribute to maintaining their Primary Healthcare and Essential Healthcare programs. Only citizens identified as needing Chronic Healthcare or Mental Healthcare contribute to those programs. Prescriptions are integrated into each program as an essential service to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
USCF healthcare utilizes proactive and preventive health services to identify a citizen’s needs before they become chronic. Each program takes into consideration an individual’s specific requirements to improve their quality of care. USCF medical programs work to incorporate the newest advancements in medical technology including regenerative medicine and gene therapies. Health and financial assessments are utilized to ensure the best quality of care at the lowest possible cost. USCF healthcare is completely removed from government control thereby significantly improving efficiency. All medical programs operate in America’s free-market economy to encourage competition and the lowest possible cost. USCF also takes extensive measures to mitigate losses from the uninsured and eliminate Fraud, Waste, and Abuse.