After Repeal of Obamacare: Moving to Patient-Centered, Market-Based Health Care

Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Revmitchell, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. Revmitchell

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    Feb 18, 2006
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    Obamacare moves American health care in the wrong direction by eroding the doctor–patient relationship, centralizing control, and increasing health costs. True health care reform would empower individuals, with their doctors, to make their own health care decisions free from government interference. Therefore, Obamacare should be stopped and fully repealed. Then Congress and the states should enact patient-centered, market-based reforms that better serve Americans.
    For a better life, Americans need a health care system that they, not the government, control. Consumers should have the ability to choose how to meet their health insurance needs in a free market for insurance. Taxpayers should benefit from a more efficient and affordable system for helping those who need health care but cannot afford it. Above all, patients, with their doctors, should make their own health care decisions free from government interference.

    The important first step is to repeal the Obamacare statute that puts the government in charge of health care. The second step is to let the country move to a patient-centered, market-based system that focuses on citizens and not on the government.

    Principles for Reform

    Choose, control, and carry your own health insurance;
    Let free markets provide the insurance and health care services that people want;
    Encourage employers to provide a portable health insurance benefit to employees;
    Assist those who need help through civil society, the free market, and the states; and
    Protect the right of conscience and unborn children.
  2. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    Gee, what a concept. Letting a free enterprise system actually work!

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