Super University Resort Hospitals “SURH’s”

Super University Resort Hospitals “SURH’s”

“The Theory of more than we know now”

The first direct investment phase anticipates 5 resorts per state, then after a couple of years is followed by a second phase, creating catchment areas slightly larger than the Bahamas. As later presented in the BABY POP analyses by 2040 each resort will create a league of 16, thus creating a critical mass of 8,192 resorts and indeed hospitals, and it is this critical mass that enables the “American Butterfly” solution to absorb the US Medicare and Medicaid costs.

The “American Butterfly” medical solution is part of a global initiative, first on the addenda is pharmaceuticals and medicines. In the previous section we saw the research and development departments focusing on pharmaceutical and medicines research, these are destined to be patent free for all “SURH’s”, global Medicaid and Medicare equivalent programs, and all third world countries.

From the onset it is desired for current pharmaceutical companies to relax their patents for all above mentioned areas. In exchange they will have the rights to sell all new discoveries and advances to those that can afford it, plus they are offered of “easy industry” investments that on paper will in the long term generate more profit that they currently make. In general it is expected that as soon as one sees merit, the rest will follow; the wagons are currently circling around “Johnson & Johnson” who will lose all but two of their major income generating pharmaceutical patents by 2014.

With pharmaceuticals well considered one needs to concentrate on facilities, operations, medical technologies and staff. Facilities are constructed within the first investment phase and added to as the years go on, electricity is free and medical technologies will in time be created within the supplier butterfly structure; as such the main expense is staff.

Currently Medicare caters to around 40 Million retirees; this figure will double to 80 Million within 20 years, Medicaid largely deals with the unemployed and their children; this figure is not expected to rise, indeed due to “Spartan Contracts” it is expected to be reduced by half, as such in total 100Million citizens need to be assisted.
In 2010, Medicare spending was $453 billion & Medicaid $290 billion, as such (453 x 2 + 290 x 2 =) $1,050 trillion would be their 2030 annual liability. According to the USA debt clock, 25% of Medicare liabilities are for pharmaceuticals, thus after production costs $200 billion can be scratched off, further many or most of the hospitals and doctors that treat Medicare Patients do so for profit, so working from a non-profit perspective a figure between $700 and $800 billion seems reasonable.

If we set a base annual figure of $100 million per resort, we achieve $819 million, on paper an adequate amount, should the US government see merit in offering payroll & income tax exemptions for employees working within the non-profit wings of the hospitals, more than enough.

Here we see a breakdown of staffing levels per “SURH” adequate for 16 bed nights per patient and a high staff to patent ratio, which thus far seems an improvement on the best current care.


Over time it is desired for most if not all hospital staff to have been trained via the “Spartan Contracts” method, as such besides doctoring, all will be trained to the level of skill one would be required to have as an employee in a 5-star luxury hotel. As with S-World, S-Web and the “per human experience” search engines there is little point copying an existing system if one does not desire to improve it.

Destined to be positioned well within the resort, if possible near a lake the hospital experience is well considered, as this generates two income streams, the first being the sale of villas and apartments attached to the “SURH”. Second is income from private health care, with the Medicare problem not destined to be an issue for ten years or more. In the critical formative years the SURH’s will for the best part act as luxurious private hospitals, generating a profit.

Finally, a word on the price tag of $100 million: we are yet to fully examine the “POP” (Pressure of Profit) literature and spreadsheets. We do, however, over time the profits pour into the next sibling, as such their will come a time when all are generating over $1 billion each year, of which currently (depending on the state) around $350 million would be paid in corporate tax.

In pure capitalistic business terms, if one considers the SURHs simply as the carrot offered in exchange for corporate tax exemptions, then in the long term, it’s an exceptional investment, effectively saving each resort $250 Million each year.

America Butterfly Question, AB5: Given each resort can afford the $100 Million, has the case been made that the combined 8192 resorts can cover the annual US Medicare & Medicaid bills?

Definitely ________ Probably ________ Unlikely ________