In a health-based economy, the public would be employed producing something they would also pay to consume, good health. A health-based economy would be the true free-market economy because, unlike conflict, people want good health.
Good health doesn't depend on public debt like conflict does.
Health-based job creation is currently being suppressed by the conflict-based economy. Keeping health care scarce is a tactic which maximizes the profits for institutions that act as middlemen between patients and their doctors.
A health-based economy is the alternative to our current socioeconomic paradigm. It is sustainable, more desirable, and more profitable for the public compared to the conflict-based economy.