Coverage Expansions like Medicare for All Redirect Care to the Poor and Sick, but Do Not Drive Up Overall Utilization

Coverage Expansions like Medicare for All Redirect Care to the Poor and Sick, but Do Not Drive Up Overall Utilization “Abstract Most analysts project that a reform like Medicare-for-All that lowers financial barriers to care would cause a surge in the utilization of services, raising costs despite stable or even reduced prices. However, the finite […]

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Medicare For All expands Medicare to the Entire Population and corrects its Deficiencies 

Medicare for All expands Medicare to the entire population and corrects its deficiencies “The NHP can be conceptualized as an expansion of Medicare to the entire population, with correction of that system’s deficiencies– most glaringly, high cost sharing, limitations on coverage, and subcontracting to wasteful private plans. By dramatically reducing administrative costs and other inefficiencies, […]

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