There is near-universal agreement that our healthcare system fails to deliver affordable and high-quality care for all Americans.

We believe the answer lies with patients. That means introducing meaningful prices into the system. It means fewer supply-side regulations that limit the supply of hospitals or providers. And it means finding new, innovative ways to deliver insurance and medical care that better meet the demands of patients.

Rather than offering comprehensive reforms that seek to upend the current system, policy-makers need commonsense proposals that give consumers incentives and the tools to make decisions based on prices.

To achieve these goals, we propose reforms that would put more control in the hands of those who currently have employer-based coverage; promote universal savings accounts specifically for healthcare expenses; encourage states to rescind regulations that reduce available coverage options and increase prices; and promote experimentation within state Medicaid policies to give recipients more control over their healthcare.

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