News Release

November 15 SPARC Dinner
Featuring Dr. Sean Flynn
“Hacking Healthcare with Free Market Reform”

Los Altos Hills, California:  The South Peninsula Area Republican Coalition (SPARC) will hold their November 15 dinner at the Fremont Hills Country Club in Los Altos Hills. Their featured speaker will be Dr. Sean Flynn, news commentator and economist.

The United States spends nearly 18% of its GDP on healthcare. Singapore spends 4.7% for much better results. In fact Singapore even spends less than half compared to her Asian counterparts such as Japan or Hong Kong. But do you know that the model used by Singapore has already been successfully implemented by Whole Foods as well as the State of Indiana with proven savings and improved healthcare outcomes?


Dr. Flynn explains that the stalemate on healthcare is the result of different interest groups reaching an uneasy equilibrium in Washington. Nobody is happy.


It is time to disrupt this stalemate. Just as many industries have been disrupted by Silicon Valley innovation, the tech industry can bring about revolutionary change in how healthcare is delivered. He points to a free market model that will make that a reality.


Sean Flynn, PhD of Economics from Berkeley, author of Economics for Dummies, news commentator, and candidate for Congress, will explain how his free market-based plan can be readily implemented, saving the American government and business billions a year in healthcare spending. The public is welcome to attend to learn more about this innovative approach to our healthcare system.

Tickets for this event may be purchased at

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The South Peninsula Area Republican Coalition (SPARC) is affiliated with the California Congress of Republicans, a chartered organization of the California Republican Party. Our regional focus is San Mateo and Santa Clara counties and we attract members and speakers from all over the Bay Area region. SPARC hosts a dozen events a year that are open to the general public. SPARC was founded in the year 2000 and has been built on the historic Republican principles of limited government, low taxes, and a strong national defense. As a group, we work to extend our support for Republican candidates who will work at all levels to help make these goals come true. Link to SPARC Logo