I'm assuming you're talking about the links I posted a few posts back, and I have no idea what the fuck you're talking about. Quite literally, all I said was that rates were increasing at all unsustainable rate before the ACA and that it's a problem that absolutely has to be dealt with eventually. Because of complicated factors today, the old systemscan no longer function.
I don't have any magic idea to fix it, but maybe:
1. An extremely bare-bones catatrophic public option you have to opt out of, it would cover very little but would prevent families from going millions or dollars into debt or dying from treatable shit. This option would be available along to those willing to work at least 40 hours a week total from their money jobs and to take any and all work offered to them.
2. The models that CVS and Amazon are playing with that remove doctors from the system and replace them with a few much lower wage workers, lets you pick up drugs in a fast food or Walmart model. This may be shittier care but better than absolutely zero care (hospitals just temporarily stabilize you, kick you out to die and US taxpayers and hospitals have to absorb the cost, jacking all medical costs up further, which is a ludicrously stupid sysyem).
My bet is on #2 eventually happening, with lower paid workers and automation replacing many doctors and other healthcare and related workers. But one or the other should be sped along. Sometimes just someone getting an infected foot looked at and a buck's worth of disinfectant saves taxpayers millions down the line. We need to stop hemorrhaging money for rapidly diminishing returns. Practical, unimpassioned, realistic solutions needed.