In place of the imploding system that Democrats built is so-called “concierge care” – private medical groups who charge a monthly, quarterly or yearly “membership fee,” then provide nearly unlimited care at dramatically reduced rates.
Physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners who practice in one of these private care groups are free to treat patients as they see fit – without the cumbersome, limiting and onerous rules and regulations placed on regular health insurers.
Primary care providers get to spend much more quality time with patients; they aren’t driven by “numbers,” where they pop into a patient room, ask a few questions, and pop back out again on their way to see the next patient, and so on. There are fewer patients to see leading to more time spent with each individual. Not only do providers in these private groups like this style of health care better, so do patients.