The US healthcare system is broken, with millions of Americans facing a lack of access to quality care, high costs, and poor outcomes. The system is complex, fragmented, and inefficient, with too many layers of bureaucracy and a lack of transparency. The result is that the US spends more on healthcare than any other developed nation but has worse outcomes, lower life expectancy, and higher infant mortality rates. The system needs an overhaul to make it simpler, more efficient, and more affordable. This could involve reducing the number of administrative layers, increasing the availability of primary care and preventive services, and changing the way care is paid for to make it more cost-effective and equitable.