From the article:
Reforming Obamacare tax credits for premiums to reduce disincentives for beneficiaries to work more hours and increase their incomes.
I'm all for a more mathematically "smooth" way of calculating the amount of tax credit someone qualifies for, although one of the main arguments of tax code is that using these sorts of equations is too complicated, and that tax code should consist of easier to decipher "brackets", so I don't really see that changing any time soon.
As the article points out, people don't actually lose income by working more, in fact they still make substantially more money by working more, even if working more bumps them into a different tax credit bracket.
One of the most significant changes brought about by the ACA is that there is some "disincentive to work" for workers that have only been working to gain access to employer-sponsored insurance, which is a very good thing. One of the problems with our previous system, is that the only way to gain access to the type of insurance offered through group plans was to get it through an employer, so a number of workers who didn't need the actual income (ie spouses of someone who made plenty of money but didn't get insurance through their employer) were taking jobs from people who did actually need the income.
Combine Obamacare tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies so beneficiaries can decide themselves how much to pay directly for health goods and services versus how much to pay in premiums to health insurers.
Consumers already get to choose how much they pay in a deductible compared to premiums.
Allow beneficiaries to buy health insurance from brokers or agents, instead of the broken exchanges, and receive tax credits directly from the IRS.
Consumers already can buy health insurance through private brokers, although whether or not they could qualify for a subsidy when buying through brokers was challenged by republicans, the Burwell decisions ensures that going forward people can buy plans either off the exchanges of through private brokers.
Remove federal mandates on health insurance, such as age bands and mandated benefits, which increase cost.
As we saw before the lack of these mandates actually increases cost. What they are referring to is that it increases costs for the young and healthy, which in order for our system to work must pay into the system before they start costing more than they put in.
Remove the mandates on individuals and employers to purchase government-compliant health insurance.
As we've seen before the lack of a mandate results in widespread abuse of the system, and also leads to insurance cost "death-spirals", they offer no solution to these established problems which were widely agreed to need fixing prior to Obamacare, which is why conservatives including Gingrich and the Heritage foundation were the biggest proponents of mandates to purchase insurance.