National Health Insurance

Our country is faced with an extremely broken system that kills about 45,000 people per year. Will we stand by and do nothing? Or can we make an effort for real change?

Harry Truman wanted this in 1945 to improve Americans' lives...

But special interests persuaded Congress to kill his dream for America. Now we are doing everything we can to bring Truman’s dream back to life by pushing Congress to create a National Health Insurance agency that will solve America’s healthcare problems better than any Medicare for all plan, and without adding to government spending.

Instead of looking for costly solutions to problems that don’t exist, National Health Insurance focuses on eliminating waste, inefficiency, and fraud to reduce business costs, which will increase incomes, profits, economic growth, and the health, wealth, and happiness of Americans.

Why is Rainbow’s plan better than any other that’s been proposed?


It eliminates bankruptcies.

Each year, 600,000 people file for bankruptcy because of medical bills. Most of them HAVE insurance. Our plan will eliminate this trend.

Doctors maintain dignity.

Doctors and nurses have their judgment scrutinized by insurance companies – an otherwise undignified process that wastes more time, energy and money.

It will reduce complexity.

Medical billing is a bureaucratic nightmare. Many hospitals in the United States have 1 billing person per bed to deal with the insurance company’s red tape.

It will eliminate admin waste.

For traditional commercial insurance, 17 cents of every dollar is spent on administrative costs (Medicare is 2 cents per dollar, as a baseline).

The Rainbow Movement

Think about these disturbing statistics.


We spend $350 billion dollars annually on JUST administrative costs for healthcare in the US.

10X for Cancer

You’ll pay 10 times as much for the anti-cancer drug Avastin in the US than in the UK.

Percentage of GDP

Healthcare as a percentage of GDP in the United States has increased from 5% in 1960 to 18.2% in 2018.

Not all Gains are Good

The American healthcare industry was worth $24.7 billion in 1960. It is now worth $3.504 trillion.

Obesity Hurts Us

According to experts, treating health issues related to obesity costs a approximately $150 billion a year.

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About 4% of Americans declare bankruptcy as a result of high medical bills.
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National Health Insurance focuses on eliminating waste, inefficiency and fraud to reduce business costs. This will increase incomes, profits, economic growth as well as the health, wealth and happiness of Americans.