Forget about replacing Obamacare with Trumpcare and trying to figure out who’s got the best solution for Americans’ health care coverage.
How about letting the people decide?
That’s what Mike Stahl proposes with OurCare, which would give everyone the opportunity to create their own health care reform bill.
“It’s like BYOB,” said the senior vice president of HealthMarkets, one of the largest insurance enrollers in the nation with 200 carriers. “Build Your Own Bill where people have accurate information and make decisions on what they want their own bill to look like.”
Stahl said he was sitting at home around the beginning of the year, listening to a bunch of “political bluster” about health care reform on the television when he came up with the OurCare plan.
He heard Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Arizona, say that he’s “listening to Americans doing the hard work” when it comes to reforming the Affordable Care Act, so let’s see if he really is.
He wants Americans to share their own health care reform bill via social media with Gosar and President Donald Trump.
The purpose is to establish an American health care system that accurately reflects the needs of its citizens, Stahl said.
“I’m just saying this is too important for us not to have a real, serious, substantive discussion about the deficits,” the health insurance executive said from his office in Dallas-Forth Worth. “We should be really engaged about this.”
President Trump has introduced a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act that has been reviewed…
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