Universal healthcare is the goal, but through profit making insurance companies who provide good healthcare for an acceptable price, replacing in part medicare and medicaid by using that money to provide assistance to those who make too little money (like the elderly and poor) to pay the healthcare insurance and providing some relief for the middle class by making the healthcare payments a tax deduction for them. People making over 200,000 will not be allowed to use it as a tax deduction.
For the rest things should remain largely the same but with oversight to make sure that the costs of healthcare do not spiral out of control. Insurance companies should also make sure that doctors do not spend the insurance carriers money by using very expensive medication where a lot cheaper but equally effective alternatives are available. Only if it is medically necessary should more expensive brand medications be used over generic medications (in case of medical need or allergic issues to the generic medication).