That’s you talking, but no system works by magic, including the Canadian system. And it wasn’t invented overnight by legislative fiat either. It featured a major physician’s strike in Saskatchewan when that province became the first in Canada to adopt a single-payer type system. Turns out provider-side payment caps weren’t popular. Is your bill ready to deal with that? What kind of caps will you implement? After all, doctors came out against—and threatened to not support—the ACA when provider-side price disclosure provisions were being considered in Congress. It may be a topic worth looking at, especially since the cost of implementation goes up the weaker the caps, right?
I think it’s magical fairyland to pretend voters aren’t going to ask questions about this stuff. While Trump is in office, is the time to do what was done for Medicaid, look at options and craft a bill that can pass. Again, I’ll refer you to the Wilbur Cohen interview. He was the primary author of Medicare and knew a thing or two about this stuff.