Our first-class health care options should grow at pace with our first-class ideas.
We are in the middle of many epic revolutions right now! It is an exciting time to be alive!
This is particularly true in technology. In everything from production processes to information access to connection with people around the world,
technology is moving at an incredible pace. En route, in most markets, increased access to better tech has brought a lot of efficiencies and
downstream price reductions. However, even though ealth care tech is booming in every area, our health care market hasn't seen this happen.
Bureaucratic barriers too often determine what we are even allowed to consider as health care options today.
They unnaturally restrict the innovations we are allowed to make use of.
These barriers drive out competition, drive up health care costs, and even cost us quality of life and lives.
Together with you all, I will work to strip these barriers away. Together, we will remake our health care market so that innovative ideas
and health care needs drive it.
Together, we will humanize our health care.
Your health care should be about you.
Right now, sets of fairly small number of oligopical concerns entrenched by unnatural, bureaucratic means control too much of our health care.
This keeps prices high, and supplies of providers and goods low. It reduces our options for individuated care - both provision and use.
This perfect storm has the end result of making our health care often factory like, with short visits with overtaxed
providers giving rote care. Providers lose opportunities to provide the best care possible to each patient. Patients lose quality of life
and sometimes lives. This can feel like a cycle without end.
However, I will work to remove the bureaucratic barriers that artificially reduce our options and drag down our systems.
I will work to bring freedom back to our health care system, and improve the landscape for both patients and providers.
Together with you, I will help our nation create bases for tool sets to better support individuated health care.
Together, we will reshape our health care system to what each of us needs it to be when we need it.
Improving information symmetry means improving our health care.
Together with you all, I will work to create toolset bases that simplify information and data sharing. I will also focus on removing bureaucratic
barriers to information symmetry. In doing this, we will set the stage for incentivizing sharing mistakes, along with successes. We will promote
fuller information transparency; from research to use.
This focus will make health care provision easier to do, taking strain off of health care goods and service providers.
It will open the door to more diverse providers entering the market, as they will not be cut out by expensive artificial data barriers.
It will help us gain insights and take charge of our health care needs.
Strengthening everyone's access to health care information will strengthen all links of our health care chain.
Today, most health care should be affordable to most of us.
For many reasons that we can fix, efficiency promoting advances are not translating to more affordable health care.
Right now, our health care systems are bloated by private and government bureaucratic dreck. They are forced into unnatural shapes that don't really
suit anyone except health care oligopolies and their cronies. Options are left out, and prices are higher than a natural market would dictate.
This costs us our savings, quality of life and even lives.
Together with you, I will work to create excellent toolset bases to support all of us having better, more affordable access to more options.
I will work to clear out the top-down bureacratic dreck that keeps options out and prices higher than they should be.
Health care should be available when and where we need it
Right now there are health care solutions popping up everywhere! From better access to information 24/7 to advanced e-medicine to
amazing commmunity involvement opportunities, health care access is coming into each of our homes when and how we need it.
It is becoming less tied to centralized and otherwise restricted options. It is becoming, once again, more about each of us and our needs.
However, a lot of bureacratic overhead is unnecessarily slowing the pace of these steps forward; sometimes stalling them outright.
It is getting in the way of their being the best they could be and as accessible to each of us as they should be.
Overall, it is getting in the way of our having the health care options we need when and where we need them.
I will work on clearing away these bureaucracy spawned thorns in our sides. Together with you all, I will work to set the stage for better
community and technology based options for our providers and our selves. Together we will support a health care system that gets us the health care
we need when and where we need it.