Dr. Scott Barbour: Trump Is Our Last Chance to Save Health Care

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by Robert Kraychik

“If we have one more cycle where we fail to reform our health care in a proper direction, you’re going to see the extinction of the doctor-patient relationship,” warned Dr. Scott Barbour, an Atlanta-based orthopedic surgeon, in a Friday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow. He was joined by Alfredo Ortiz, president of the Job Creators Network, to discuss a forthcoming “free market solution” for health care reform.

Health care is “probably the worst issue for Republicans heading into 2020,” estimated Marlow, inviting Barbour’s and Ortiz’s comments on the status of American health care.

Listen:

Ortiz replied. “Because of Obamacare, about a third of small businesses had to drop their healthcare coverage for their employees because it just got too expensive. They just couldn’t afford it anymore.” He said, “about 52 percent of doctors are now in employee positions” as a result of increasing centralization of health care. Employee doctors are generally beholden to “big medicine,” he added, and are “effectively … not allowed to tell the truth” about the politics of the medical industry.

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1 Response to Dr. Scott Barbour: Trump Is Our Last Chance to Save Health Care

  1. The Flash says:

    That is, if Trump can stop tweeting so much and creating WH drama to actually address health care! Of course, if the damn Democrats would stop attacking him long enough for his to catch a breath, that would help too!

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