Planning and Sustaining a school-Based Health Center: Cost and Revenue Findings from Oregon
Most billing revenue in Oregon FQHCs comes from billing public insurance programs. As expected, a strong relationship exists between billing revenues and the percent of uninsured visits: the more clients enrolled in public insurance, the more opportunity exists to bill and generate revenues.
Translated: the more poor people dependent on government health care the better the "opportunity" to bill one government agency to pay another government agency.
Data also showed that school socioeconomic indicators such as the percent of students eligible for free and reduced lunch might be good indicators of the percent of student clients with public insurance. However, there may be some limitations to this approach in areas where there are large numbers of undocumented immigrant populations who, if enrolled in school and meet family income definitions, may inflate free and reduced lunch rates.
So we have government agencies tracking you once you are enrolled in one "free" program to determine if they should institute another "free" program. You are nothing but sheeple being used to generate revenue and provide beauracrats with jobs. The government wants you poor so that they have control of your health care, your food supply, your energy usage and much more.
At least I have finally found a use for illegal aliens: the ones who get free lunches (and how many do you think don't qualify since their parents can't legally have an income) throw off the numbers for statistical analysis in this case.