In 2016, Dr. Wacasey decided that it was high time for someone to write about the oh-so-fascinating subject regarding health insurance and health care.  He is currently working on his third book entitled Your Money AND Your Life, which explores the impact the managed care system has had on Americans' ability to take advantage of 
In his first book, The Guide To Buying Health Insurance, and Health Care, he incorporates his hilarious sense of humor and real-life experiences to captivate his audience and bring these two topics to a level that everyone can relate to.  While reading this page turner, you will not only be laughing but will also have a better understanding of how you can save money on your health insurance and health care.
Let a physician — who was also a health insurance agent — show you how to pick the best plan.  AND save lots of money on health care.
The health insurance industry is changing... These days your health insurance premiums may be as much as your mortgage, but that doesn’t mean your plan covers you like it used to. The average deductible is now over $2000, which means that YOU - and not your health insurance - will have to pay for most, if not all of your health care. Even worse? You either spend thousands of dollars a year to have a high deductible health insurance policy that you’ll most likely never get to use. Or you can pay thousands more to have a plan that looks like it gives you a higher level of protection against health care costs, when it really doesn’t .
In this book, Dr. Wacasey cuts through the complexity of buying health insurance by revealing...
Healthcareonomics (noun):
the study of how normal economic forces get twisted, warped, and broken when applied to the American health care system.
Dr. Kevin Wacasey is no ordinary doctor. Plain-spoken, fed up, and itching to change health care – and health insurance. In this book he brings his experience and sharp wit to bear on two of the most misunderstood facets of the average American’s life.
’The biggest problem with the American health care industry, is the American health insurance industry.’
This collection of 500 short yet provocative lessons will tickle your ribs until your belly hurts – all while stimulating your brain.
‘HEALTHCAREONOMICS 101: A $12,000 deductible means that now you have to pay for your health care. Because your health insurance won’t. ANY QUESTIONS?’
Forget what you thought you knew...