New Bedford, MA, May 16, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Published just a little over one month ago, but penned well over a year ago, Dr. David Robinson’s new book, Transforming Body, Mind and Spirit – The NonDiet Way to Live Fit, Trim, Healthy for Life (Strategic) includes a section that outlines what future changes in health care and insurance might be. One of those changes is exactly what the House of Representatives is now considering, i.e., mandating that every citizen be required to purchase health care insurance. Over a decade ago Robinson was speaking to small groups and organizations about future health care and insurance changes which he said included “mandatory minimum health insurance”. Few in his audiences accepted his ideas. Ideas which in April 2007 became law in Massachusetts, the first state to require all its residents to purchase a minimum level of health care insurance, “mandatory minimum health insurance”.
The book, primarily about making healthy lifestyle changes and how to make them last for life, also has a section that informs the reader how to save money on health care coverage by tailoring it to their needs and how to set up a health care saving account through saving money by altering lifestyle priorities.
“The time is upon us,” states Robinson, “we are moving toward a play or pay system. People will either play healthy and begin to change their unhealthy ways or they will pay dearly for them with added and increased fees and surcharges on care and insurance.” Robinson says he sees what is in his book, fast becoming a reality.