- Stop the left’s drive toward a government takeover of health care.
- Remove mandates at the federal and state level that empower big government and big business, and prevent doctors and patients from working together.
- Empower patients to get the health care and coverage they want and trust.
- Reform federal health care programs, such as Medicaid, to make them more effective in supporting pathways out of poverty while saving taxpayers money.
- Nearly 38 percent of Americans get health care today via government programs, including 10 major means-tested programs.
- Under Obamacare, premiums for individual health insurance doubled between 2013 and 2017 and have grown since. Meanwhile, 71 percent of U.S. counties have either no insurer choice or a choice between only two insurers, up from 33 percent in 2015.
How to Talk About Health Care
- Empowering individuals to control their health care dollars and decisions is a far better approach to health care reform.
- Americans should have the freedom to choose a plan and doctors that best suit their needs, not a one-size-fits-all plan that the government creates.
- Proposals like the public option and Medicare for All represent a Washington takeover of health care, which would take away Americans’ choice and control, leaving it in the hands of untrustworthy politicians and an inefficient bureaucracy instead of doctors who know them best.
- Sacrificing Public and Private Health Insurance for "Medicare for All"
- Why Expanding Obamacare Is Not the Answer
- The "Public Option": Government-Run Health Care on the Installment Plan
- Why "Medicare for All" Isn’t the Right Prescription for a Pandemic
- Podcast: COVID-19 and Medicare for All
- Premiums, Choices, and Government Dependence Under the Affordable Care Act: A State-by-State Review
- Health Care Choices and Premiums Under Obamacare: Numbers By State
- WEBINAR: More Government Control in Health Care is Not the Answer
- America’s Biggest Issues: Health Care
- Government Run Health Care Isn't The Answer
- Do Millennials Know How Medicare For All Works?
- The Problem with 'Medicare for All'