A Team of E.A.G.L.ES. On Behalf of Bestin Broadband and the AATCHB Regional First Responder’s Network Network Design Plan Outline to meet the Immediate critical demands and lay the foundation of a National Demonstration for Telehealth as a Solution to the Health Care and Economic Crises
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Regional First Responder’s Network
Network Design Plan Outline to meet the Immediate critical demands and lay the foundation of a National Demonstration for Telehealth as a Solution to the Health Care and Economic Crises
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Successful Grad of SBA 8A
Successful BIA OLES Prime Contractor in 2004-2006
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Current National .GOV Traffic Manager
Can Map any Legacy System
Pres. Bush’s 2005 Best Small Business
Country’s #1 LMR Consultant
Designed DoJ, DoI & Army’s LMR Network Architecture
Project Mgr forDoJ, DoI LMR Network Design and Deploy
Project Mgr for BIA OLES LMR
Bestin Broadband remains as Consultant to the Project to foster its potential throughout the markets and political arenas
The United States cannot consider reforming Healthcare to provide a “National Service” without first considering Indian Country’s Perspectives and Directives in Regard to ‘Tribal First Rights’ and the IHS as a Case Study of Satisfaction?
Indian Country must Diversify away from Gaming, what are options?
The United States cannot move forward without Tribal Participation (Treaties);
Tribes cannot move forward without IHS “Reform” (Post to Preventative Care);
Thus, the 44th Admin cannot move forward without Bi-Partisan & Tribal Support;
What’s to stop the Indians from taking the lead nationally for healthcare reform?
Would the world better accept a Telehealth Model based on U.S. Driven Factors or
Would the world better accept a Telehealth Model based on American Indian Factors?
Will the United States consider reforming Healthcare to provide a “National Service” by considering Indian Country’s Demonstration in Telehealth Project as the ‘Tribal First Rights’ using the IHS as the Case Study and combined in a Hybrid Public / Private / Tribal Business to become a model that can be both studied and put into legislation solving the crises of the day?
How is the United States Going to Pay for a National Healthcare Plan?
National Demonstration for Telehealth as a viable solution to the Health Care & Economic Crises via co-operative agreements to demonstrate in both the Public and Private Sectors within Indian Country in conjunction with all Federal, State and Local Entities how to meet the Public Safety, Health Care Reform and Economic Development opportunities outlined herein this Unsolicited Proposal to the 44th Presidential Administration via Indian Senate Select MOU
Daschle’s Idea =
Federally Chartered Entity to lead the way to “Reform” via a National Health Board (Requires Bipartisan Support)
Requires Public & Private Cooperation
Requires Regional Health Boards to represent people
Utilizes Telehealth Technology to Solve Issues
Requires Telecom / Data / Public Safety to work together in solution
AATCHB Tribes currently don’t Utilize Section 17 of IRA (Fed Charter & Tax-Exempt) But has National Health Board Established
Already has established Public / Private Model (USDA DLT App)
Already has established Regional Health Boards (I.e. AATCHB)
I.C. “Exclusive” Agreement to new Telehealth Patents & Tax Credits, Tax Exempt Bonds, Jobs Needs,
AATCHB Resolution to Design the supporting Network (Dec 08)
Telehealth Demo Creates 2400 Jobs
By combining Tribal Powers to confront the Healthcare and Economic Crises, the United States of America will confront the political obstacles with a solid solution that brings people, ideas, technologies, agencies, tribes, private industry, insurance providers together under an umbrella of services.