Funding Improved Medicare for All Would be Progressive, Lifting Burden from Individuals

Funding Improved Medicare for All Would be Progressive, Lifting Burden from Individuals “Government spending on health care would increase substantially under a single-payer system. In 2017, just under half of the $3.5 trillion in national health care spending came from private sources. Shifting a large amount of expenditures from private to public sources would significantly […]

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NIMA Savings Enough to Cover the Uninsured and Upgrade Benefits for All

NIMA Savings Enough To Cover The Uninsured and Upgrade Benefits for All “Under the single-payer system created by HR 676, the U.S. could save an estimated $592 billion annually by slashing the administrative waste associated with the private insurance industry ($476 billion) and reducing pharmaceutical prices to European levels ($116 billion). In 2014, the savings […]

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Current Healthcare Revenues Would Be Funneled into NIMA

Current Healthcare Revenues Would Be Funneled into NIMA “..The program would be supported using currently dedicated revenues and additional taxes. Available revenues include federal funds committed to Medicare, Medicaid, and other federal programs, plus state revenues currently paid into the Medicaid system and those dedicated to school health and other state programs..” “Currently available funding […]

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