Doctors lobbying for Medicare for All should be careful what they wish for

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A group of New England doctors pressed the American Medical Association’s House of Delegates this month to drop the organization’s opposition to single-payer health care.

The effort ultimately failed (for now). And good thing.

Such a system would be disastrous for physicians — and patients.

Single-payer health care is what it sounds like — an insurance program where the government is the only insurer.

Private insurance would be banned.

And the government would pay health-care providers whatever it deemed appropriate and affordable.

Read the full article at the New York Post

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