What specific reforms, if any, would you propose in health care policy to address the cost of and access to health care?

Neal M. Dikeman

United States Senate


Today doctors work for insurers; insurers for your boss; nobody works for you; so the system doesn’t work. We need a Million Payer system: health insurance not tied to your job with spiraling costs hidden by government intervention and a bad 1940s corporate tax deal.  Where you buy insurance directly, usable anywhere not just in a private insurer network. Give you corporate tax deal, open up the networks, require good faith estimates. Address cost and choice, not restrict price and service.