I’m not sure which way to go with this one. I like the basis of the ACA and lean toward a more social system focused on preventive care, with elective procedures available but not completely covered by a social plan ( no one needs to pay for someone else’s nose job unless they broke that person’s nose). BUT the insurance system has increased cost and limited access, it is an expensive acquisition for a small business to provide to its employees and usually comes with high deductibles (6,500 for me) the health care saving accounts are helpful if you have the extra cash available to set aside so you can use the deduction. These are complicated problems their solutions have been slowed due to mislabeled and misinformation and partisanship. The insurance companies need regulation, they do take advantage and do deny preexisting conditions and that should not be allowed when the reason is to protect their profit margins. What needs to happen is for the government to meet with doctors to develop a system allowing doctors to practice, people to be treated, medical students to be able to afford to be educated( reduction in school loans for 2-4 years service in areas with limited access, or service in preventive clinics). “Healthcare should not be a profit motivated business” that is a direct quote from my father, an old army doctor/ Orthopedic specialist who worked to enable his patients to be able to afford to get the services they needed to work and live.