“This bill removes an albatross from the neck of American business, puts more money in consumer products and will boost our economy,”
Four hours, some great witnesses, and what to expect from the healthcare industry
John Delaney criticized Medicare for All, and it didn’t go well. Here’s why he was booed.
Medicare for All doesn’t let employers off the hook, but it does keep commercial insurance companies from fishing us into extinction.
In a crowded primary field, Biden is setting himself apart by being uniquely bad on healthcare.
I’ve spent decades studying US health care. Time to get real: Medicare for All is the only reasonable path to controlling costs and covering everyone.
Prescription drugs can cost 80 percent less in Canada, Australia, and the UK—why isn’t the FDA supporting safe importation?
Candidates should not waste their platforms on weak healthcare reform proposals.
It’s the same game-plan they followed when they systematically weakened the ACA before finally getting on board.
It’s easy to get distracted by the President’s more outlandish scandals and statements, but his budget proposal is actually far more insidious.
The healthcare system is broken, and need dramatic bold reforms, but Partnership for America’s Healthcare Future won’t tell you that, because they have no interest in improving American healthcare.
Debt, housing, devastating monthly healthcare payments –these are the top concerns of American households according to a new morning consult poll.
A Medicare for All program addresses the same concerns, comes with the same benefits, and applies to a much larger pool of people.
No matter how you slice it, business, workers, and patients will be paying less.
We’ve finally seen the first ad from the new healthcare industry front group “Partnership for America’s Healthcare Future”. Watch BIHP president Wendell Potter dismantle their biggest lies.
“We need to destroy once and for all the preposterous myth that the so-called “free market” will ever be capable of delivering the health system we need if we are to remain an economic super power.”
— Richard Master