Email #5, Subject: real patient-centered health care solutions

In your acceptance statement after your most recent reelection, you listed “real patient-centered health care solutions” as one of your top priorities. Do you have some specific solutions in mind? I don’t really understand what “patient-centered” is. Do you mean patients will have more choices? If so, great. But if patients can’t afford any of their choices, doesn’t that mean the opposite? Obamacare has been going for years now. Since replacing Obamacare has been one of your top priorities, you must have spent a lot of that time working out a better plan. So what is it?

Chris Gavaler


Author: Chris Gavaler

Chris Gavaler is an assistant professor of English at Washington and Lee University where he teaches creative writing, contemporary fiction, and comics. He has published two novels, Pretend I'm Not Here (HarperCollins 2002) and School For Tricksters (Southern Methodist University 2011), and two nonfictions, On the Origin of Superheroes (Iowa University 2015) and Superhero Comics (Bloomsbury forthcoming 2017).

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