The battle to bring about meaningful health care reform in the U.S. is a long-term fight, and Obamacare is not the option. Under President Obama’s health care law, Americans will ultimately face long waiting lists, rationed care, and a lack of access to the latest technology and treatments. The changes will add tremendously to the cost of health care for individuals, for employers, and for our nation in general.
In this Broadside, Sally C. Pipes examines how we can halt the full implementation of the law over the next few years and revoke parts of the act that are unpopular with both parties. Our ultimate goal should be the full repeal and replacement of the law. In this Broadside is a reform agenda that would provide affordable, accessible, quality care for all.