Eliminating the middle man, insurance companies, will bring costs down. The government will set the costs of procedures which will be uniform; they can also negotiate the price of medications on behalf of American citizens. This is how it is done in Canada,<quoted text>
PBS Broadcasting: "Money and Medicine".
Just be prepared to change your perspectives about the health care problem...the REAL problem...not Obama's idea of a big government solution.
(You might want to remove your blinders first and take out your ear plugs...feel free to keep your hands over your eyes if the volume is turned up.)
single payer healthcare paid through taxation and not attached to employment.
This is from your article; it appears that you are having a reading comprehension problem:
"The trillion-dollar question is how can we reduce unnecessary medical spending so that we can afford to provide affordable, high quality health care to all Americans? A number of recent studies estimate that a third of all health care expenditures are unnecessary and that eliminating wasteful spending would save over 800 billion dollars a year. Since every dollar of so-called unnecessary spending is a dollar of income to a health care provider, reigning in health care spending is much more easily said than done."
You claim that the GOP has a plan to reduce costs; oh really? Like what? The AHCA is far from perfect, but it is a beginning to the birth of universal single payer healthcare; it's inevitable.