Sustainable Healthcare Reform begins with an analysis of the evolution of employer-sponsored healthcare in the United States. It examines the various social programs that followed to include Medicare, Medicaid and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The book examines the role of managed care in shaping healthcare as it exists today and discusses the formation of a healthcare cartel as the health insurance markets consolidate and the remaining insurers in concert with the federal and state governments acquire ownership of the entire healthcare delivery system. The book examines the consequences of the emerging healthcare cartels for consumers and healthcare professionals. The book offers a concrete capitalist-driven model for healthcare reform as an alternative to the socialist model being developed under the emerging healthcare cartel. It provides a clear path to restoring control of healthcare to the employers, healthcare consumers and healthcare professionals while improving the quality of care, the access to care and the net worth of employers, consumers and healthcare professionals.