We spend 2.7 trillion dollars per year on health care, surpassing a lot of other country’s total GDP, such as France’s. We need to cut down administrative and other unnecessary costs that put a stumbling block in price-conscious, efficacious healthcare delivery. We need to support providers (the medical experts closest to their patients) to deliver excellent healthcare. The current system is taking money from the middle class and covering the lower class, which will ultimately discourage the middle class from working and thereby inadvertently converting portions of the middle class into the poorer class. Our objective is to deliver sound medical service, while simultaneously eliminating unnecessary medical expenses. Our objective is also to promote socioeconomic mobility by incentivizing and supporting members of poorer classes to becoming solid members of the middle class and allow Americans to dream of ultimately achieving their greatest potential.
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