Ryan Care: We need Reform, Not Relabeling

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“Drain The Swamp” is the metaphorical description of president Andrew Jackson’s 1828 campaign to rid Washington of cronyism and corruption. This metaphor has new implying in 2017, intensified by the saga of house speaker Paul Ryan’s failed American health care Act (AHCA).

ObamaCare, ironically called client protection and economical care Act (ACA), has created a swamp of metaphorical alligators devouring patients, physicians, and the economy. A partial list includes:

rising out of pocket costs

higher deductibles before “coverage” (if allowed at all) kicks in

restricted networks of doctors and hospitals

reduced availability of medications

reduced availability of home health services and medical devices

greater difficulty getting surgical approvals

reduced access to specialists and longer wait times

overcrowded emergency rooms

devastating regulatory burdens on physicians and hospitals, forcing numerous to close their doors

stunning job-killing effects of the employer mandate

rising taxes, and much more due to go into effect in 2017

Despite fervent Republican promises to “repeal” ObamaCare, Ryan’s AHCA has retained many of its problems. Ryan’s plan did not ðrain the swamp. It maintained the swamp of cronyism, rewards for special interests, synthetic controls on totally free market options, and the features that guarantee much more of the unaffordable costs that drive younger, healthier, low risk clients out of the market.

Mocking the idea of transparency promised by president Trump, speaker Ryan’s plan was crafted in secret behind closed doors without public review—just like Democrats did with ObamaCare. GOP congressional leaders excluded popular free-market advocates such as Dr. Rand Paul, Dr. Tom Price, and others.

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The freedom Caucus members of the house refused support, so Ryan did not have enough votes to pass his bill. It remains to be seen whether this “failure” will be a victory for those who really want to drain the swamp of bureaucracy and special interests, and restore medical freedom to patients.

Ultimately clients will be better off if the Republicans start over. The GOP ought to follow proposals put forth by successful businessman, president Donald Trump, who proposed outstanding recommendations for medical freedom and patient-centered reforms:

lower cost “plain vanilla” risk-based insurance policies

expanded health savings accounts, controlled by patients

ability for clients to purchase insurance across state lines, to select policies from states with lower cost options

state control of Medicaid by block granting federal Medicaid dollars to states

tax deduction of health insurance payments to equalize tax treatment of individually owned and employer-sponsored policies

price transparency to eliminate the confusing and discriminatory price structure created by insurance contracts

patient freedom to purchase medications overseas

Trump’s plan brings the greatest benefit to clients with much more freedom to choose how to spend their own money based on individual needs and values rather than purchasing required coverage mandated by Washington bureaucrats.

Taxpayers ought to also pressure Congress to eliminate the $500 million (half a billion) tax dollars going to planned Parenthood, whose primary company is abortion in their estimated 400 U.S. clinics. low income women already have access to health services in several thousand federally qualified health clinics across the country. This taxpayer funding for women’s health would be preserved in block grants of federal Medicaid dollars to the states.

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If one goal of “healthcare reform” is to eliminate “disparities,” eliminating tax funding to planned parenthood would help save lives of minorities. roughly 80% of abortions in the USA are done for two minority groups: African American and Hispanics. The numbers are staggering:  much more than 17 million of the 60 million lives lost to abortion because Roe v. Wade have been black lives.

Most congressmen lack real world company experience in the Milton Friedman model, which teaches that for totally free markets to work, there should be less policy and much more competition. Americans need to seek better qualified candidates.

One to ពិចារណាថាស៍គឺជាអតីតនាយកប្រតិបត្តិឧស្សាហកម្មបច្ចេកវិទ្យានិងពាណិជ្ជករអន្តរជាតិលោក Bob Grey ដែលកំពុងរត់ក្នុងសង្កាត់សភាលើកទី 6 របស់ Game Gam ដែលបច្ចុប្បន្នជាលេខាក្រុមហ៊ុនសុខភាពនិងសេវាកម្មមនុស្ស។ យើងក៏ត្រូវការអ្នកតំណាងឱ្យបានឧទ្ទិសថ្វាយខ្លួនចំពោះជីវិតនិងសេរីភាពផងដែរហើយអាចមើលឃើញសេវាកម្មច្នៃប្រឌិតថ្មី (ឧ។

នៅពេលដែលឥរិយាបថរបស់ផែនការរបស់ក្រុមហ៊ុន Ryan ការបង្ហូរទឹកដីភក់ថែទាំសុខភាពមិនមានភារកិច្ចងាយស្រួលទេនៅពេលដែលអ្នករស់នៅជាន់ទំនេរមានទីកន្លែងខ្ពស់ក៏ដោយការសម្រេចចិត្តមិនល្អដែលបណ្តាលឱ្យវិបត្តិផ្អែកលើវិបត្តិបានស៊ីជម្រៅនិងការសន្មតល្អឥតខ្ចោះនៅឌីស៊ី ” វាលភក់ “វប្បធម៌ដែលមានអ្នកតំណាងខាងក្រៅ” តិចតួចបំផុតដែលមានបទពិសោធក្រុមហ៊ុនពិភពពិត។

Obamacare មិនអាចរស់បានទេ។ វាមានទំហំនៃការស្លាប់ដែលមានចំនួនច្រើននៅលើភាគីទាំងសងខាងនៃវិសាលគមនយោបាយបានដឹងយ៉ាងឈឺចាប់។ យើងត្រូវការវិធីសាស្រ្តថ្មីមិនត្រឹមតែឈ្មោះថ្មីសម្រាប់គំនិតចាស់ប៉ុណ្ណោះទេ។ យើងត្រូវការជម្រើសដែលផ្តោតលើអ្នកជំងឺនិងការសម្រេចចិត្តនយោបាយដោយផ្អែកលើគោលការណ៍ស្នូលរបស់អាមេរិកក្នុងការអភិរក្សសិទ្ធិសេរីភាពនិងជីវិត។


សារនៃឱកាសមួយត្រូវបានបើកចំហសម្រាប់ការកែទម្រង់ពិតប្រាកដជាមួយអ្នកជំនួញដែលជាប្រធាននាយកដ្ឋានសុខភាពនិងបុគ្គលិកឈានមុខគេរបស់គ្រូពេទ្យនិងការជ្រើសរើសអ្នកធ្វើកំណែទម្រង់គោលការណ៍និងក្រុមហ៊ុនដោះស្រាយបញ្ហារបស់ក្រុមហ៊ុនបុរសនិងស្ត្រីទៅសភា។ នេះគឺជា “ថាំពទ្យដ៏រឹងមាំ” វេជ្ជបណ្ឌិតនេះគិតថាអាមេរិកត្រូវការបំបាត់ការគ្រប់គ្រងរបស់រដ្ឋាភិបាលដល់រដ្ឋាភិបាលរបស់យើងអំពីការព្យាបាលរបស់យើង។

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