The following article is sponsored by Liberty HealthShare.
Evidence shows that the more regulation there is in an industry, the less competition and consumer choice there are, resulting in higher prices. The results of this lack of competition are seen in extraordinarily high healthcare prices.
Since the Affordable Care Act’s passage in 2010, government involvement in Americans’ healthcare has continued to grow, along with the rise in healthcare prices. Challenges continue to arise from legislative and judicial avenues. Still, the law remains largely intact after the recent Supreme Court ruling in favor of the Affordable Care Act.
For lawmakers in the United States Congress, that means the fight will continue to repeal or replace the controversial legislation. For individuals and families, unfair prices for medical care are projected to continue rising. Luckily for the American people, a healthcare option operates outside of the Affordable Care Act that