A single payer system by way of a Medicare for All structure would allow coverage for all Americans and would actually reduce spending.
Although Republican proposals seem unlikely to achieve President Trump’s triple aim (more coverage, better benefits, lower costs), single-payer reform will.
Proposals floated by Republican leaders won’t achieve President Trump’s campaign promises, but a single-payer reform would.
On a recent Diane Rehm Show, single payer wasn’t raised as a possibility by any of the guests — until a caller raised it deep into the show. Why?
In a dramatic show of physician support for deeper health reform – and for making a decisive break with the private insurance model – 2,231 physicians called for single payer
The most cynical argument being advanced is that Bernie Sanders’ support for a single-payer health program is a pie-in-the-sky fantasy.
Consensus of Beltway media seems to be that a single-payer healthcare system similar to those in most industrialized countries is excellent in theory only.
Nonpartisan physicians group calls single-payer reform ‘the only effective remedy’ for nation’s continuing health care woes and urges focus on facts, not rhetoric
Colorado deserves very high praise for getting the most sensible health care proposal on a ballot in recent times, a single-payer health care initiative that if passed may start a trend.
Students at more than 30 medical schools across the country will hold teach-ins, rallies and candlelight vigils to promote Medicare for all / Single Payer.