When I started selling BCBSM insurance 20 years ago to individuals and small businesses, the cost for health insurance benefits was $130 a month for a single person, and $375 for a family of four. Now, thanks to ACA, a 56-year-old single person costs $675 per month. It’s outrageous. There’s several reasons insurance has gone up, but the ACA only addressed insurance issues instead of tackling the three big healthcare concerns. These concerns, and what I am concerned with fixing, are access to care, quality of care, and cost of care. ACA doesn’t help our families, and as someone who is experienced in healthcare, I’m willing to put in the effort ACA didn’t in order to actually help our families.
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