A serious plan to replace Obamacare

by Larry Emmott on October 2, 2011

in Health Care Politics

It is not enough just to oppose the current national health care plan. There are serious issues with health care delivery and financing in the US. However, in my opinion most of these issues will be best addressed with bottom up consumer choice not top down control.

…change the government policies that insulate the health care consumer from nearly all costs, thus distorting incentives for doctors and patients alike. Price signals, a staple of any functioning free market, have been muffled in health care, where third parties (insurers and the government) pay roughly 88 percent of health care costs, up from 52 percent in 1960.

via A serious plan to replace Obamacare | Examiner Editorial | Opinion | Washington Examiner.

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