Across the United States, out-of-control health care costs continue to plague Americans. About half of our fellow citizens report difficulty affording medical care and the persistently high costs disproportionally impact the poor, uninsured adults, and Black and Hispanic communities. And continued high inflation just compounds the problem, leading to even worse health outcomes.
There is no single, simple solution to fix health care, but we can make progress to the benefit of all Americans. Lifting the ban on physician-owned hospitals is an easy starting point.
Tucked away in the massive Affordable Care Act – commonly known as ObamaCare — was the
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