Saturday, April 30, 2016

Americans need a bipartisan fix to our health care system. Here's how to do it.

Just a few common sense and practical steps can turn what we have now into a more bipartisan approach to health insurance reform.

Democrats need to admit Obamacare is unpopular because it is not meeting the needs of too many people.

Republicans need to admit we don't need to "repeal and replace" Obamacare with another complex ideological health insurance reform plan to make our system work a lot better.

Both sides should be willing to build on a list of bipartisan ideas they can both embrace.
THESE ARE WORTH READING - CLICK ON ARTICLE BELOW: USA TODAY: Customer-friendly Obamacare fixes: Column by Robert Laszewski 7:24 p.m. EST January 14, 2015

Robert Laszewski is president of Health Policy and Strategy Associates, LLC (HPSA), a policy and marketplace consulting firm specializing in assisting its clients through the significant health policy and market change afoot. Before forming HPSA in 1992, Mr. Laszewski spent nine years as a chief operating officer of a health and group benefits insurer. The majority of Mr. Laszewski’s time is spent being directly involved in the marketplace as it comes to grips with the health care cost and quality challenge.


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