What is a “Personal Option”?
A Personal Option rests on a simple idea: Health care is personal, so we should be able to choose the health care arrangements that are right for us.
A Personal Option offers more individualized choices—from insurance coverage to what doctors you can see to new treatments—and trusts you to make your own decisions.
It is about giving you the high quality care you deserve from the doctors you trust at a price you can afford — without new taxes!
Key Facts and Figures
Half of voters want to keep what works in our health care system and fix what's broken.
7 out of 10 voters prefer a Personal Option plan vs. the Public Option and Medicare for All.
Nearly 3/4 of voters want the right to choose the healthcare coverage that is right for them.
Americans spend an average of $5,000 a year on out-of-pocket health care costs.
69 percent of voters don't want more government control of health care.
84 percent would like to see the FDA bring Rx drugs to the market faster, increasing competition and lowering costs.
58 percent of voters believe a Personal Option would make them and their families better off.
61 percent of voters favor more competition to improve health care.