Let's fix what is already in place by adding consumer protections such as tax cuts for providers who maintain or lower out of pocket expense and tax penalties to those who raise those costs. Focus on bringing down prescription drug costs. Without consumer protection, no amount of repeal and replace will ever fix the problem. Cutting assistance while enriching the 1% is, at the very best, counterproductive. At the worst, it increases mortality rates to treatable and/or preventable disease.