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Congress “Returns” to Same Flawed Fixes for Healthcare

Albuquerque, New Mexico – WEBWIRE
The solution for US healthcare nightmare
The solution for US healthcare nightmare

Waiting for Washington to fix healthcare is expecting cancer to cure cancer.

News services are filled with stories about Congress going back into session with an urgent need to fix Americans’ #1 concern: healthcare. Sadly, they won’t get it right, again!

Lawmakers apparently are focusing on drug prices and surprise medical billing. While these are, in fact, real problems for many, they are symptoms of system failure, not causes.

Said nationally recognized healthcare policy expert, Deane Waldman, MD MBA: “Whether it’s something as big as unaffordable insurance and unconscionable wait times to get care, or as relatively infrequent as surprise billing, Washington politicos keep trying to put band-aids on a growing cancer. They spend more and more of our money, while we get less and less care.”

Congress needs to face facts: IT, Washington, is the cancer consuming healthcare. As Waldman emphasizes on his website Take Back Health Care (, “Waiting for Washington to fix healthcare is expecting cancer to cure cancer.”

There is an effective solution to healthcare’s over-spending, unaffordability, and inadequate access to care. It is called StatesCare, and it certainly won’t come from Washington.

In the coming months, we can look forward to passionate, over-blown political rhetoric, laying of blame, and new rules, regulations and bureaucracy that we will have to pay for. But, warned Dr. Waldman, we can’t expect anything from the Halls of Congress that will get us in the doctor’s office quicker, much less health care at affordable prices.

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