Protecting Patients and Expanding Health Care Options
Fixing America’s Health Care System
Health care is broken. Why? Overregulation, an opaque market, and government expansions have caused skyrocketing costs that price everyday Americans out of the market.
Unfortunately, radical politicians have used the common anguish over health care reform to prop up one-size-fits-all solutions. Americans do not need another government Band-Aid that creates more dependency—they need real solutions. However, the Right has struggled with advancing reforms that are good policy, good politics, and relevant to voters’ biggest health care fears.
Insurance premiums have doubled since 2013, leaving nearly 30 million Americans remaining uninsured.
The need for affordable health insurance will be greater than ever as Americans’ minds are on the public health crisis and the needs of their families. Here at FGA we’ve found that Americans are most concerned about being surprised by a big bill, facing an unexpected illness, and struggling with rising premiums.
To solve these problems, FGA is promoting innovative, free-market-based health care reforms in the states and in Washington, D.C. to help Americans choose the coverage that is best for them.
The Promising Pathway Act rethinks access to life-saving drugs
Keith and Brooke Desserich lost their daughter, Elana, 15 years ago to diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), a rare form of pediatric cancer.watch video
FGA Applauds Senators Braun and Murkowski for Filing the Promising Pathway Act (PPA) During Senate HELP Committee Markup
Today, Senators Mike Braun (R-IN) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) filed the Promising Pathways Act (PPA) as an amendment to the FDA’s user fee legislation during the Senate HELP Committee meeting.READ MORE
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