Health Care reform in the United States has become an intense national debate over the last decade, with liberals advocating federal programs over the objections of conservatives. The results of ObamaCare have empowered these same conservatives with new arguments to challenge government solutions, promising a spirited debate in 2016 as the nation selects new leadership.
Technology is central to all of these competing views and proposals. Regardless of ideology, the solution for better and more available health care is technology. Better prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care at affordable costs likely comes from medical and administrative technologies that empower doctors and patients.