"The stated intention behind Obamacare was to improve the healthcare
system. However, it has become apparent that the changes implemented
were based on incorrect assumptions: first, that having health insurance
equals access to quality affordable healthcare; second, that central
planning via government regulations and mandates could be used to
control costs; and third, that the behavior of doctors and patients
could be controlled by implementing rigid practice guidelines (i.e.,
value based medicine, care driven by algorithms instead of physician
judgement) and increasingly shifting the cost of healthcare to patients
leading them to self-ration by pricing them out respectively.
The end result has been an increase in healthcare costs, decreased
competition among insurance companies with monopolies in some states,
and a decrease in both primary care and specialist physicians. Whether
you like Obamacare or not, an honest assessment would conclude that it
is simply not sustainable.
There is a solution which would provide a solution for everyone."
Then she lists 14 points, from block grants to states to price transparency to tort reform to expansion of Health Savings Accounts.