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Healthcare Choice and Patient-Centric Medicine

Patient-doctor relationships and trust in our public health agencies are paramount, not policy favoring the pharmaceutical industry that tend to put profits ahead of patients and best practices. We cannot let these motives compromise the quality of care or access to medical treatments, disempowering individuals and those most underserved.

We need to add healthy competition into the healthcare space by adding more options, while increasing transparency in pricing at hospitals. We need to restore true informed consent to ensure patients are actually provided with a clear choice and a full evaluation of treatments by individuals and their families. We need greater responsibility and accountability of government programs when they are providing personal healthcare.