Tax Deductible Natural Health Accounts
If health care is to be seen as a right, much like food, then health care goods and services should also be free from sales taxes and money spend on health care should be tax deductible.
Individuals should be able to save an unlimited amount of their income in personalized savings accounts that would effectively enable them to expand their freedom of choice and insure themselves in the manner of their choice.
The savings in these accounts may also be used for upgraded services that may not be covered by the M4A Act such as private hospital rooms or additional visits and care beyond that which is covered by the Act.
Younger individuals who begin saving at a young age will have funds available to spend on the natural healing methods of their choice as a means of preventing or addressing their personal health issues.
Employer contributions to employee self-insurance accounts should also be tax deductible.
There needs to be a personal accountability component and each person has to manage their own choices. Nothing else is acceptable in America.
Singapore's health care system makes extensive use of health related savings accounts.