For example, while the details differ, both feature subsidies that depend on income as well as penalties for going without coverage.
I am very sympathetic to those who can't afford good healthcare, having been there myself. Regulating every aspect of the system isn't the right answer though. From the official TrumpCare site, the focus remains on taxes, regulations, and government interference in the market:
In the meanwhile, Medi-Share continues to offer a health insurance alternative with lower cost, greater flexibility, and a wider array of doctors and specialists. It opts you out of penalties and the bureaucratic health insurance labyrinths. Until we have genuine change to the system, that's about as good as we can hope for.