In 2018, average health insurance cost per family is 20.0k/year. Average cost to the consumer is $5.5k/year The remaining $14.5k/year paid for by your employer. This is currently increasing in cost at 5% per annum. The average family gross income is $60.0k/year. So full load health care insurance (no deductible calculated) is 1/3 of gross income. So you have to take taxes off the top of that gross income, before you start subtracting the health insurance cost. If your income isn't increasing at 5% per year, then you are falling behind, year by year.

So basically if we have 100,000,000 families, then total health care insurance would be 2 trillion per year. Which is one half of the current Federal budget. So this can be done, if you cut 1/2 of the current budget out, to be reassigned to health care insurance.