Reimagining Healthcare


What does ‘Reimagining Healthcare’ mean? It’s simple, really.

A reimagined healthcare system puts patients first and equips medical professionals with the most advanced tools to save and improve the lives of the American people. Innovation, invention, and modernity are the keys to medical progress; to new cures and novel therapies; to healthier lives.  

America is built on progress, and this is true across all sectors, especially in healthcare, medicine, and science. However, the Covid-19 pandemic exposed a tragic reality: America’s healthcare system – your healthcare system – is undermined by too much bureaucracy and red tape that prevents doctors, nurses, and medical researchers from helping people.

Essential Reading

  • Guy Shepherd, PlannedMan
    My Darling Nicki, having 22 million twitter followers makes you a systemic risk. No wonder they declared you “too big to think for yourself.”
  • Charles Sauer, the Market Institute
    Once upon a time, a politician noticed that drug prices had risen. They noticed that this rise had affected 66% of their constituents. So, the politician visited the wicked witch of the East and asked her to do something about the problem – she gave the politician a “cure” and sent them out to sell it.
  • Chris Edwards, National Review
    We continue to fight COVID-19 and its variants, but the rapid development of vaccines last year put us on the offensive against the disease. Vaccines from Moderna of Massachusetts and BioNTech of Germany have led the way, with 360 million doses delivered in the United States to date.
  • Jason L. Riley, Wall Street Journal
    The Democrats’ $3.5 trillion proposal to expand the U.S. safety net is being described as a make-or-break moment for the Biden presidency.
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Dean Clancy is a senior health policy fellow at Americans for Prosperity and a nationally known health care freedom advocate with more than twenty years of policy experience.
Americans for Prosperity
Joel M. Zinberg, M.D., J.D. is a senior fellow with the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Dr. Marty Makary practices surgical oncology and advanced laparoscopic surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital and is a professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School.
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