This week, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney began to describe the kind of health care reform plan he would implement if he is elected president. It's the right vision, and it's very different from President Obama's.
The president's 2010 law is based on a government-centric approach to health care reform. The federal government, already heavily involved in regulating the health sector through Medicare and Medicaid, will have near-total control over all important decisions under the new law, including what's covered by insurance, where people go to access their coverage, and how doctors and hospitals should organize themselves.
Gov. Romney has a different focus....
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