There was a book published called "The Seven Pillars of Health" by Dr. Don Colbert. You can read about the 7 important aspects to keep you healthy, while one is still healthy or at least many parts of one's body still are. Work for, decide, design, sustain, healthy environments, living spaces, natural areas, nutrient sources.
When people get sick you still need healthcare. But for people who can't afford it, we can still have alternatives like teaching family, neighbors or church community how to take care, monitor and rehabilitate the sick. The church community also knows to pray, talk to and encourage the sick. We can choose more low-cost, more natural treatments. We can develop and improve treatment technology towards more cost-effectiveness, minimum waste, mobility, effectiveness, ease-of-use, maintainability, modularity. Currently we can already leverage communications technology for remote monitoring, advice, information gathering and training.
More money can't always buy good health, but it can be used to compensate health care workers. fund research and development, and preserve natural healthy environments and healthy sources of sustenance. It is a tool/agreement/idea to store past resources and labor for future needs. Haven was still a good endeavor to address a relevant issue.
They were right, this needed a team for synergy. Yet three big wealthy organizations are not enough. Everyone who wants to reap the benefits needs to be involved. Yes it would take time to train people at the right time, at the right place. And it is quite a good use of time.