With the defeat of the new healthcare bill that failed to pass the House of Representatives last week, we now have to determine if we are going to rely on Medicare or selfcare. Medicare is relying on the government to make sure your health is in good standing. Selfcare is taking charge of your medical care. The reality is relying on the government has proven to fail 100% of the time. Health insurances would rather have the government cover all your medical problems, but to be truly free we need to take charge of our own health.
When it comes to the government, and human nature, we all want to take the easiest path. In government they prefer to make one size fits all. They also prefer you to by one type of insurance that covers problems that do not apply to you. Then the things you need are not available for you.
How to provide Selfcare
Day to day medical care is not difficult, and it takes a little training with some education. When our family or we ever cut themselves, falls to break a bone or have a cold or flu, we tend to go straight to an acute care clinic. Going to clinics can become expensive and very costly if we do not have insurance. The overworked health care system susceptible for making costly mistakes, such as medication errors or treating wrong patient.
Taking a basic First Aid or an advanced first aid course will empower you with the knowledge in knowing what to do in any medical emergency. Injuries and illnesses are the sole reason why we see a doctor in the first place. We can limit our time to visit a costly practice with our training. The more you know, the better the outcome and your community benefit from it. Visiting the medical system without insurance will get expensive. All you need to do is go to a CVS or medical store, and you can get almost everything you need to provide medical care for you friends and family. I am not suggesting just you get the first aid training; it is recommended that everyone you know gets this same training, so as a community you can treat each other and care for one another.
First Aid Training
Every basic first aid class talks about bleeding control, choking, basic CPR, identifying illnesses, head neck injuries, and bone injuries. These basic problems are all number one reason anyone goes to the acute care clinic or emergency room. With a broken down medical system The Beating Heart Center is here to support your training and ongoing education in knowing how to be safe. We believe in a community effort and self reliance, because we all know government will fail you every time. This includes your local ambulance services not getting to a situation on time to you medical visit making things worse through medical mistakes. We are here to help and make you confident in knowing that you and your family will know how to respond in any disaster. You can check our website out and find basic First Aid is only 25 dollars. A small investment for saving the lives of the ones you love.