Congress has done the unthinkable: started down a bipartisan path toward fixing a broken health-care system.
Over the past week, the House and Senate set forward plans to fix problems plaguing Obamacare. The move is a stark departure from the previous Republican plans of replacing Obamacare altogether or repealing it and punting on a solution until a later date. While it’s a welcome change in strategy that’s more likely to gain traction than repeal/replace plans, the bipartisan efforts fall short of addressing four key areas instrumental to stabilizing the Affordable Care Act for the long run.
The two recently announced bipartisan plans take different approaches to fixing Obamacare, and the differences are immediately apparent.