Day 10 – Share the Love

Day 10 – Share the Love

During the holidays is a time for us to show we care about our family and friends. Take the time to talk with those you love about healthcare reform and how it might impact them in years to come. Ask all your family, and encourage them if they agree with the petition...
Day 9 – Our Voice

Day 9 – Our Voice

What else can we do? Our voices can grow louder and stronger.
 It’s not too late. Our children have to live with the consequences of today’s actions. Your voice should be heard. How? Sign the petition
Email or talk to your MP
Discuss with your GP
Talk with family and...
Day 8 – Rushed?

Day 8 – Rushed?

Is it being rushed through? The Minister tells us that the Unified financing system isn’t being rushed. You should decide for yourself. In August the Unified scheme was announced without public consultation. The Minister says it will be a phased approach but she...
Day 7 – Why the Fuss

Day 7 – Why the Fuss

Why the fuss? Here are the main factors that are seeing resistance from the community, including Bermuda First, Employers Council, Chamber of Commerce, charities, insurance companies, pharmacists, medical practitioners, dentists, opposition MPs and 8,300+ people on a...
Day 6 – What’s Happened

Day 6 – What’s Happened

– August 8, 2019: Government announced they would use Unified financing and started a 4-month public consultation about what should be in the plan. Insurance companies, medical professionals and the opposition spoke against the Unified scheme. – September...
Day 5 – A Divided System

Day 5 – A Divided System

The largest and longest-term unintended consequence will likely be that the health system develops into a divided system – private health for those who can afford it and a public health system for those who cannot, a lot like our education system. The government...