The Democrat primaries and our current crisis have made one thing abundantly clear: America’s health care system is in serious need of some smart reforms to help lower costs and expand access. However, proposals that focus on giving the government more control over our health care decisions are not the answer. Government-run health care proposals like Medicare for All or the public option would result in higher taxes and a lower quality of care for Americans. Our current emergency shows that we can’t afford to jeopardize access to care for anyone, especially those whose access is already limited. Let’s continue building on what currently works well and improving what doesn’t. It’s ultimately the best way to make health care work for everyone.