The ACA was never supposed to be about just getting more people covered under inadequate health plans. It was supposed to be about universal and comprehensive coverage people could actually afford to use. Medicare for All is the way we achieve that goal.
Business leaders enthusiastically support Elizabeth Warren in ending reliance on insurance company profiteers to finance the healthcare system
Business leaders for Medicare for All were thrilled to see Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) make a serious commitment toward a guaranteed, universal plan to provide healthcare for all Americans.
The letter calls the current health care system “exorbitant and wasteful” and asserts that “the time is now to create a universal, single-payer, Medicare for All health care system in the United States.”
Shining a light on individual member voting records and industry influence will give American citizens the transparency they need when voting.
BIHP sees an encouraging future that is more healthy, more productive, and more prepared to compete in the globalized economy.
“Medicare X offers no relief for employers and workers drowning under the cost of commercial insurance premiums”
Business Initiative for Health Policy Endorses Medicare for All Act of 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Business Initiative for Health Policy (BIHP) is excited to support the introduction of the Medicare for All Act of 2019 from Representative Jayapal (D-WA). The legislation is a bold leap towards universal healthcare coverage, that would overhaul the healthcare system to prioritize the delivery of care over the hoarding … Continue reading Business Initiative for Health Policy Welcomes Medicare for All Act of 2019
Former Cigna Executive Wendell Potter Takes the Helm of Health Care Advocacy Group Seeking to Rally Business Leaders Around Medicare for All
“Insurance and pharmaceutical companies have spent years abusing our broken campaign finance system, and this is their reward.”
Members of BIHP believe that it is crucial to build a political movement behind Medicare for All, with candidates who are willing to take on the insurance and pharmaceutical industries oversized political influence.