In fairness, however, Comer's document does list some major ideas soon to come in the other areas. It does so only in bullet-points, but that is practically as much as the other platforms provide, and at least he promises more.
But there is an internal contradiction in Comer's claim to "be pro free-market competition and anti-regulation" while at the same time promising to support retaining the certificate of need program many consider to be anti-competitive and pro-regulation. Comer vows "a level playing field" within that regime, which some market participants see as being subject to political manipulation now.The main thrust and most important part of Comer's healthcare package may be its Medicaid reform proposals. That inefficiently administered and extremely expensive entitlement, which Beshear recently expanded under Obamacare, is voraciously devouring resources the state needs for other purposes. It produces relatively poor health outcomes in the process.