Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Replace “Repeal and Delay” plan for ObamaCare With Trump Major Insurance Summit and a few New Additions
By Jack Shaw --
Senator Mitch McConnell pledges to repel Obamacare on the day when the Senate reconvenes in January.
Almost every pundit on both sides said this won't work because the Republicans have no plan to replace Obamacare with. Actually there is a plan. This problem can be solved in just a few months.
Let a businessman and industry CEOs solve this--No lobbyists, political committees.
Eight years ago before Obamacare was rammed down the throats America, most Americans had reasonably priced private and employer based insurance.
It was said then that our system was 'broken'. The politicians and media always say something is broken when they want to try to do a major overhaul on an industry. The claim was that 20 something percent of Americans had no insurance. I believe today there are at least 20% of Americans still without health care insurance. And the rates Americans pay now for Obamacare and deductibles are unaffordable for millions.
Again, Eight years ago before Obamacare was rammed down the throats America, most Americans had reasonably priced private and employer based insurance. And citizens were happy with their insurance.
My suggestion, President Trump immediately or before taking office gathers the CEOs of the major insurance companies has a mandatory summit. Trump will instruct the CEOs that we are simply going back to the old system that existed 8 years ago!, before Obama. Offer the prior successful plans to citizens and companies again. The insurance industry knows the system and how to rebuild, implement it--it was in place many many years.
At the industry heads only meeting, Trump will tell the CEOS not only to resurrect the old system but add new features like insurance portability, keeping young adults on their family plan and the ability to buy insurance available in any state to get the best price.
Lastly, President Trump will come up with a bare -bones plan for people who can't afford insurance.
Trump will hand pick a powerful business restructure expert to head this part of the insurance change over.