• Industrialized medicine and large corporate "health" systems are calling the shots and draining our bank accounts.

  • Millions of working Americans are losing the ability to pay for their healthcare... even if they have insurance 

  • Our most important doctors and physicians (those who provide primary care) have lost their independence and authority for the sake of profits. 

The primary medical system we've been "duped" into trusting is collapsing under its own weight. Increasing millions of Americans who actually have some form of health insurance are going without care because of continually rising, sky-high costs. We think we have no choice, but that's not true.

Our Healthcare System Is Severely Broken,
But You Don’t Have To Be Held Hostage By It…

Hi, I'm Xavier and I help people (patients and doctors) connect to healthcare coverage models that work and don't cost more than they should. But a grassroots revolution is underway. You don't have to settle for things as they are or go without healthcare.

  • As a patient, you don't have to pay "an arm and a leg"  for better, more personal healthcare...
  • As an employer, you can provide high-quality, comprehensive care to employees at a much lower cost...
  • As a doctor, you can practice medicine with less interference, less stress, and far less paperwork, hassles, and headaches...

Bureaucrats and politicians (on either side of the isle) aren't going to fix this. They know there's a problem, but aren't even close to addressing the real issue. Socialized medicine isn't the cure either. But a grassroots revolution is underway and there are options. You don't have to settle for things as they are or go without healthcare. Corporate interests are vast and there's too much money at stake. 



...reveals how and why the system got to be such a mess, what we all need to know to navigate it properly, and how to resolve the issue for ourselves. 

Your physical and financial health could depend on this information.

Click one of the links button below to discover what our "corporatized" healthcare system is working hard to keep from taking root.