Though “single-payer” health care was long dismissed as a left-wing pipe dream, polling suggests a slim majority of Americans now support the idea.
Health care is a priority issue right now for many Americans, as rump & GOP move to destroy Obamacare, Medicaid, Medicare, and CHIP. It’s time to push Medicare for all.
Media responded to Bernie Sanders’ hospital tour of Canada with predictable dismissiveness and ignorance to Canadian single-payer.
The public demand for a National Improved Medicare for All single-payer health care system in the United States is stronger than it has been in decades.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act without replacing it, as some conservative hardliners are demanding, would cost a minimum of 37,127 lives over two years.
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.
That tens of millions of people still remain uninsured is the compelling argument for a single-payer system, where everyone, without exception, is covered
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?