So much of the conversation over the first presidential debate focused on style that a serious point of substance got lost. Namely, what can we do to help all Americans get better health care at a much lower price?
Americans care about the answer. They want lower costs, more choices and access to high-quality care. They want to ensure that everyone, including people with pre-existing conditions, get the care they need when they need it.
What don’t they want? Mandates laid down by government bureaucrats or insurance companies to get in the way of health care decisions that belong to patients and doctors.
They want to be able to keep their health coverage and doctors when they change or lose their job.
They want transparency. Health care and drug prices should be made public so you know what you’ll pay before you buy it – effectively eliminating surprise medical bills.
The conservative plan for health reform would also make tele-health permanent. That way, you can talk virtually with your health care providers from anywhere that works best for you and your family.
The conservative health plan would also give you better options, lower premiums and better access