Cost. Cost. Cost! Health care and insurance premiums cost too much.
We need to reduce the cost of health care for working people.
If you have private health insurance (not government insurance) and you get an infection while in the hospital, why should you have to pay to get well? Read more.
Minnesota got a good start on this in 2018, but there is much more to do. Why can't you know the price of your health care before you use it? Read more.
Each time you enter a new medical facility you sign an agreement promising to pay whatever they charge you - but they don't tell you the rate they charge. Read more.
How is it that you can be charged 200-300% more to see a doctor just because he or she sees you in a hospital-owned building or office? Read more.
Premiums for individual Health insurance has more than doubled in the past few years. To help reduce these premiums, Minnesota enacted the Premium Security Plan. This plan should be revisited. Read more.