Let's get some discussion going! It was great seeing the ACHA ("Trumpcare") dropped by Trump and the Republicans. But our celebration should be tempered by the question, "What next?" Maintaining good healthcare coverage for the American people remains tenuous. Will opponents continue to sabotage it? Will they come up with an even worse plan? Will some health insurance companies continue to seek even higher profits instead of showing true compassion for their clients?
But the biggest question for those seeking healthcare as a right for all is, What pre-emptive steps can we take to get beyond partisan politics and put quality healthcare for all on solid ground? I do not have an answer to this question in some sealed envelope "in a Mayonnaise jar under Funk and Wagnall's porch"! Let's share insights. What do you think?