Health maintenance and treatment should be managed between individuals and their doctors. Insurance providers and government policies should support these relationships without interfering in them.

Medical decisions should be primarily between patient and doctor, following accepted medical practices. Barriers to patient-doctor medical decisions should be identified and minimized.

Patients and their families should have transparent access to alternative treatment plans and good-faith estimates, so they can make informed decisions. Market costs, demographics, and benefits must be tracked. This includes medical providers, the health insurance market, regulation compliance, medical equipment, and pharmaceutical costs. The out-of-pocket cost to patients is a priority, including both time and financial resources that must be devoted to seeking and receiving a high standard of care.

Attention must be devoted to the costs of:

  • Medical equipment
  • Medical software
  • Pharmaceutical production

The healthcare market in the United States is vast. Continual improvements must be pursued in areas such as:

  • Quality of Care/Outcomes
  • Medical Provider Accountability and Lawsuits
  • Administrative Costs
  • Health Insurance Affordability and Flexibility
  • Long-term Health Maintenance and Preventative Costs (such as medical equipment and pharmaceuticals)

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