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Healthcare for ALL Myths, Frames & pipe dream? Parker Duncan, CaPA Fellow, [email protected] MS4, UC Irvine ; MPH, CSULB; PRIME-LC, inaugural class CaPA Medical Student Fellow for Healthcare Reform ( MSF ), 2008-2009 Pisacano Scholar, 2008 [email protected]

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Healthcare for ALL Myths, Frames & pipe dream?

  • Parker Duncan, CaPA Fellow, [email protected]

    • MS4, UC Irvine; MPH, CSULB; PRIME-LC, inaugural class

    • CaPA Medical Student Fellow for Healthcare Reform (MSF), 2008-2009

    • Pisacano Scholar, 2008 [email protected]

Thursday, 29 January, 2009

AMSA - Seacouver

www.capa.pnhp.org


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Goals

FRAMING

UHC/HCA

Concepts:

Incentives

Social INS

IOM GP 5

MYTHS


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Pre-Quiz

NUMBER of people in the US without health insurance? (age <65 = 250M)

  • <50M

  • 60-70M

  • All 250M

  • It just doesn’t matter!


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Pre-Quiz

NUMBER of people in the US without health insurance? (age <65 = 250M)

  • <50M (US Census Bureau, 2007: 47M, all or part of year)

  • 60-70M (the UNDERinsured)

  • All 250M (IOM: predictably affordable, automatic & guaranteed, high quality & comprehensive)

No one <65 in the US has “health security” !!


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IOM GP5

Definition

EBM


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Consequences of UNinsurance, ‘01-04

www.iom.edu/uninsured


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IOM Guiding Principles (‘04): “U-CASH”

  • Universal – everyone in, NOBODY out

  • Continuous – ‘womb-to-tomb’

  • Affordable – to individuals & families

  • Sustainable to society

    • ALL contribute; all benefit

    • SIMPLE: -- Eliminate complex billing & underwriting requirements

  • High-quality care

    • Effective, efficient, safe, timely, patient-centered and equitable

www.iom.edu/uninsured


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HI  HEALTH & care

IOM, “Insuring America’s Health”, p.152


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Goals

FRAMING

UHC/HCA

Concepts:

Incentives

Social INS

MYTHS


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Social insurance

$$

Financing

CARE

WALL

Healthy - wealthy

Sick – “poor”


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Health Insurance – unique model

  • Healthcare is Costly

  • Uneven distribution

  • Unpredictable – “predictably unpredictable”

    • When YOU need it, YOU want it to be there!


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WHY HI: Uneven & Unpredictable

73%

Percent

of

health

Care

Expenditures

70% of us < 10% of hc spending

~ $1000/person

13%

6%

4%

0% 0% 0%

1% 1% 2%

Source:Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

MEPS, 1999


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WHY HI: uneven & unpredictable

73%

20% of people account for 86% of the hc costs

Percent

of

health

Care

Expenditures

13%

6%

4%

0% 0% 0%

1% 1% 2%

Source:Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

MEPS, 1999


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Goals

FRAMING

UHC/HCA

Concepts:

Incentives

Social INS

MYTHS


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Myth(understanding)s of True UHC

6600  1

PHI


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“Market” bureaucracy

  • How much of each PHI $ to clinical care?


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PHI = $1,000,000,000,000

Marketing

“Cherry pick”

Profit

PURPOSE !!

Administration

2-sided

62%


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Government: VA & Medicare?

VA = 1-2%

Medicare = 2-3%

NO Marketing/PR

Take ALL applicants

NO Profit incentive

PURPOSE: Health!!

Administration

Electronic; integrated

ONE-system

>95%


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$350B of excess paperwork

PNHP

NEJM 349(8) Sept. 21, 2003


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“Excess Spending” -- $2000/p

$600 B

ADMIN -- $150B

Cost

Tech

Tort

Uwe Reinhardt, http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/blogs/economix/EconomixGraphUve.jpg


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Myth(understanding)s of True UHC

6600  1

PHI

Jobs!?


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PHI via EBI: BAD for US business

COST of healthcare to company / vehicle

$1400

Source: Modern Healthcare 10/24/05: 14


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PHI: BAD for Business

  • Job-lock

    • Stymies workforce

  • Lost potential economic productivity

    • > COST to insure ALL !

      (http://www.iom.edu/CMS/3809/4660/5404.aspx)


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Myth(understanding)s of True UHC

$1,000,000,000,000 !!

6600  1

PHI

Jobs!?



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“Work with” current

Bureau of Labor Statistics


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Many proposals; 2 plans

“Work with” current

IOM-consistent

UNIVERSAL

Guaranteed & continuous

Lower cost

Better inflation-control

Focus: CARE

EQUITABLE

  • NOT universal

  • NOT continuous

  • Higher ADMIN costs

  • Focus: ‘coverage’

  • NOT equitable – tx NOT based on dz

TD

Boston, MA


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Myth: NOT Politically Feasible

  • MOST of us want it

    • Public – 60-75%

    • Physicians – 59%, 2008 (Annals, 1 Apr 2008)

    • US Conference of Mayors – June 2008

  • Already paying for but NOT getting

  • GOOD for economy

    • 2.6M jobs; $300B stimulus, nationally1

  • ONLY method control HC cost increases

  • 1 http://www.calnurses.org/research/pdfs/ihsp_sp_economic_study_2009.pdf


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    Goals

    FRAMING

    CA UHC

    Act

    Concepts:

    Incentives

    Fin v. Care

    MYTHS


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    Align Incentives for HC financing

    ?

    FOR-profit

    for-HEALTH

    $$

    WHO: Social insurance


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    WHO would YOU insure?

    73%

    Public Programs

    Percent

    of

    health

    Care

    Expenditures

    PHI

    13%

    6%

    4%

    0% 0% 0%

    1% 1% 2%

    Source:Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

    MEPS, 1999


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    Myth-understandings

    • One plan = NO choice

      • CA UHC is REAL, full choice – of healthCARE provider

        “The CARE we need, when we need it”

      • “Choice” of coverage is FALSE choice

        • Past health status no guarantee of future!

    • Moral Hazard [i.e. buffet table analogy]

      • WHO spends leisure time at hospital?

      • We get HALF the care we need (Rand. McGlynn et al., NEJM 2003)

    • Bootstraps [“Not MY responsibility to pay for anyone else!”]

      • You already are

      • Risk pools lower costs: You can’t do this alone!

      • HI premiums in CA rising 5x faster than wages


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    Myth-understandings

    • Increase in taxes

      • A shift in funding mechanism

      • NO net increase in spending

    • Socialized Medicine

      • Clarify: Social insurance (World Health recommends)

      • Quality, comprehensive health insurance to ALL

      • “Patriotic medicine”; “Freedom & equality medicine”



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    Framing

    Don’t Think of an Elephant, George Lakoff; thanks to Kao-Ping Chua, AMSA JRF, 2006

    • A conceptual structure

      • Your THINKING

    • Psychology: “schema”

    • A story


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    The “elephant” frame

    Big

    Elephant

    Animal

    Grey

    Floppy ears

    Frame = story. “Elephant” tells story of a big, grey animal with floppy ears.



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    RE-framing

    • If a new species of pink elephants evolved…

    Big

    Elephant

    Animal

    Pink

    Floppy ears


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    RE-framing

    • Or if term “pink elephants” became popular…

    Big

    Pink

    Elephant

    Animal

    Grey

    Floppy ears


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    FRAME trumps FACTS

    “If the truth doesn’t fit the existing frame, the frame will stay in place and the truth will dissipate.”

    -- George Lakoff

    • The TRUTH only matters if it fits the frame

      • Not only WHAT you say; but also HOW

        • “What frames am I activating with the way I’m talking about my issue?”


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    Messaging vs. reframing

    REFRAMING

    MESSAGING

    • Deeper –

      • changing one’s relationship & thinking about the world

    • Use message to associate positive values with the frame of your issue


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    Anti-UHC Frames

    • Government can’t do anything right

    • “Free” market more efficient

    • Individual responsibility (ownership society)

    • Anti-freeloading/anti-welfare

    • “Just desserts” aka bootstraps

    • American exceptionalism

    • Tax affliction


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    Engage these Frames

    • Economic efficiency

    • Security

    • Family Values

    • Patriotism

    • ??


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    Framing comparison

    Healthcare for ALL

    Cover UNINSURED

    46M uninsured

    22,000 die prematurely each year

    Only cost $B more to ‘cover’ them….

    • Increasing costs place all at risk

    • We’re all 1 pink slip away

    • We all want health security in order to care for our families


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    Framing comparison

    Cover EVERYONE

    Cover UNinsured

    Universal

    Health care

    Universal

    health care

    Everyone

    benefits

    Only

    benefits

    uninsured

    I’m affected

    Family’s

    affected

    Welfare

    Self-interest

    Free-loading

    Enables laziness

    Family values


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    ReFrame this!


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    Is it Time Yet?

    “Healthy citizens

    are the greatest asset

    any country can have.”

    -- Winston Churchill


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    Is it Time Yet?

    “You can always count on Americans to do the right thing - after they've tried everything else.”

    -- Winston Churchill


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    What is the CA UHC Act?

    Health students’ Lobby Day for CA UHC Act, 12 Jan 2009


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    Educate, Educate, Activate

    • Educate

      • QOTD – Best 2 min of health policy (www.pnhp.org)

      • Join CaPA – www.capa.pnhp.org

  • Educate your group

  • Activate!!

    • Have your GROUP Endorse CA UHC Act & 676

    • Visit Legislator/Congressperson



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