Tag: single-payer healthcare
Public health experts: Single-payer systems coping with coronavirus more effectively than...
“Having a healthcare system that's a public strategic asset rather than a business run for profit allows for a degree of coordination and optimal use of resources.”
On Medicare’s 54th birthday, another year closer to winning Medicare for...
The single payer movement has the power to win improved Medicare for All if it doesn’t back down.
‘The time is now:’ Over 200 economists send a letter to...
"We encourage Congress to move forward with implementing a public financed Medicare for All plan to achieve the equitable and affordable universal health care system that the American people need."
Public Citizen’s new study debunks myths about Medicare for All
"The people power on this issue continues to intensify as Americans feel the pain of a healthcare system that is focused more on profit than it is on providing healthcare."
Candidates backing Medicare For All come out victorious in primaries
Candidates supporting Medicare For All are beating their party-backed opponents in both red and blues states.
Why Trumpcare is giving Senate Republicans heartburn
Senate Republicans won’t get near a single payer. So they’ll have to strengthen the Affordable Care Act.
A single-payer health care fix even without a working majority
It’s likely that the Trump-Ryan failure will push state legislatures to consider expanding Medicaid—putting even more people under the public insurance system.
The push for single-payer healthcare is on. Democrats should get on...
Following the stunning collapse of Trumpcare, Bernie Sanders is leading the fight by progressives to win single-payer.
Why a Single-Payer Healthcare System is Inevitable
If this weren’t enough to convince rational people to do what most other advanced nations have done – create a single-payer system that insures everyone, funded by taxpayers – consider that America’s giant health insurers are now busily consolidating into ever-larger behemoths.
Aetna Shows Why We Need a Single Payer
Two choice are emerging: one is a public single-payer system. The other is a hugely-expensive for-profit oligopoly with the market power to charge high prices even to healthy people – and to charge sick people an arm and a leg.
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