In the usual back and forth between the Democrats who want socialized medicine and the rest of the world who don’t, the Saul Alinsky-ites of the left often rail about the lack of an alternative from the Republicans. Besides the fact that this is total bovine fecal matter—Bobby Jindal’s proposal for example—there have been many alternatives offered to improve our previous system without nuking it and turning it into a system like the one that brought you the V.A. scandal.
As the new chairman of the Save Our Healthcare Project (a part of the American Legacy PAC), Dr. Carson is releasing a five-part series on how we can get rid of Obamacare and replace it with something that might actually work:
Part Four (see below for links to previous episodes) of the Save Our Healthcare “Remedy for a Free & Healthy America” is Leveraging Science & Technology.
If we are to replace Obamacare and truly save our healthcare, we must unleash America’s scientists and innovators who will lead us to better cures and longer, happier, healthier lives.
By encouraging the merging of communications technology and medical science, and reforming or disbanding the government agencies stifling innovation, we can create a new system of personalized healthcare that operates in real-time and at our pace. This will increase flexibility, simplicity and transparency, and empower all of us, as well as our doctors, with the informative we value.
The Strident Conservative isn’t making any endorsements of any candidate or political action committee. However, I think it’s important to know that some very wise men and women have some great ideas on how to fix the mess Obamacare has created by replacing it with new, free market-based ideas. Dr. Carson’s background as a neurosurgeon alone makes him more qualified on this subject than the hundreds of “we have to pass the bill so you can know what is in it” Democrats who gave us the Affordable Care Act disaster.
We will be providing all of the 5-part plan as they are released. Watch them. Learn from them. And then decide if perhaps there isn’t a better way.
Previous parts of the plan: