Contrary to the President’s earlier promises, millions of Americans have discovered that if you liked your health care plan, you may not be able to keep it after all under Obamacare.
And that’s only the tip of the iceberg for concerns surrounding the President’s health care law. There are also the new tax hikes, higher health care costs, less freedom and patient choice, botched websites, and more job-killing red tape, just to name a few problems.
This is why Pat believes that Obamacare is fundamentally flawed and should be repealed.
Instead of giving Washington more control, Pat believes the best way to lower health care costs and expand access is to empower patients, encourage quality-driven, effective care, and increase transparency within the health care system. He believes that health care reform should help those struggling to obtain affordable health care while also ensure that our system is sustainable for future generations.
Pat also believes that great strides can be made to improve the nation’s health — while also lowering costs significantly – through medical research and the development of new treatments. For instance, he has been an outspoken champion in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. In addition to serving on the bipartisan Congressional Task Force on Alzheimer’s Disease, Pat has supported efforts to boost Alzheimer’s research spending and is committed to helping find a cure for this terrible illness.