The first two Democratic debates took place, giving us a peek into where the candidates stand on different issues such as universal coverage, drug prices and control over the Senate. While there were some disagreements, the policies discussed give health care systems an indication of where the Democratic party is leaning and the policies that may be adopted should a Democrat win the White House. Below are key takeaways on the first two democratic debates and what those may mean to health care systems.

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