I sincerely believe there is a real need for Health Care Reform in this country and in my opinion Congress should pass a plan. Hopefully, a compromise bill will eventually pass and be signed into law. The insurance and drug industries have financed the opposition to any meaningful reform and they have been effective. There have been all sorts of false accusations made that have delayed all attempts to work out a compromise that is real reform.
I am certainly no expert in this field, but have some idea of what shape reform should take. The primary objective should be accessibility and reducing costs. I believe the reform goals should include: guaranteed coverage; lower costs; greater choice; continued right to keep a favored doctor, hospital or insurance plan; higher quality of care, which would require medical professionals, and not insurance clerks, to make medical decisions; and prevention of disease becoming a major objective in the health care system.
Finally, I wonder if any of our readers have wondered who is actually paying for all of the expensive television and newspaper ads that have been run by groups like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. I suspect that when you trace that money you will find none other than the insurance and drug manufacturers. Hopefully, the will of the people will prevail in the end!
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