Good Health Should be Incentivized, Paid by American Government

AMERICA – With healthcare costs being 25% of America’s GDP its time to drastically re-evaluate how we approach health in the states.

Being a capitalist society where bonuses and incentives for good work are the norm we should look to pay people to maintaining a healthy BMI. It would cost taxpayers less money and would put much needed change directly in their pocket at the end of the year.

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While some companies do this, it has not been implemented on a mass scale to allow all Americans to participate.

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Americans should be eating healthy and exercising. For the people to have help problems we should figure out incentive for them to take the prescriptions properly. Overall he’s a tenant would definitely reduce everyone’s healthcare cost.

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