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Read latest about push for single-payer

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

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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Read Sally Pipes' latest at Newsmax

Is US Uninsured Crisis a Myth?

The report estimates that 24.3 million Americans lack health insurance in 2023, which amounts to just over 7% of the country. That might seem like an uncomfortably large figure. But consider another crucial fact. The overwhelming majority of uninsured residents — over 20 million — either have access to some ...
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Read about state-level push for single-payer

State Legislatures Can’t Shake Their Single-Payer Dreams. That’s A Problem.

Michigan is the latest state to flirt with a government takeover of the health insurance system. Earlier this year, Democratic Rep. Carrie Rheingans, who represents Ann Arbor, and several of her colleagues introduced House Bill 4893, which would create a state-run single-payer healthcare system. It’s part of a nationwide trend. ...
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Read latest about single-payer healthcare

Most Americans don’t want Medicare for All

But according to recent polling, neither claim is true. Americans are broadly happy with the existing health insurance system. And single-payer would manifestly worsen — not solve — the problems Americans do face under the status quo. Read the full article at the Boston Herald
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If There Were a Healthcare Competition, US Would Win

Doctors in England’s National Health Service (NHS) staged a two-day strike in late August over a pay dispute with the country’s government. They plan to strike again in September and October if their demands aren’t met. The walkout is just the latest development in an ever-escalating crisis in Britain’s system ...
Commentary

Read about dangers of single-payer health care

Lawmakers Can’t Let Single-Payer Health Care Cross The Border—Or The Pond

Unfortunately, many progressives are determined to import something even more dangerous from Canada—single-payer health care. For decades, Canadians have shouldered burdensome taxes for the privilege of waiting weeks to receive subpar care. Things are just as bad in England’s government-run healthcare system. Read full article at Forbes
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Left’s Rhetoric Unmoored from Reality: U.S. Likes Its Healthcare

Three in four rate their health plan as either good or very good. And satisfaction ratings barely differed across political, racial, or socioeconomic groups. America’s health insurance system isn’t perfect. But, as these numbers suggest, it works pretty well for most people — which is more than can be said for ...
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Another reason why single-payer would be bad for US

Britain Offers a Cautionary Tale for ‘Medicare for All’

King Charles III’s coronation wasn’t the only historic event Great Britain marked this year. The country’s revered National Health Service is celebrating this summer the 75th anniversary of its founding. It’s a birthday Americans should take note of. The NHS has been an inspiration to generations of American leftists, who ...
Health Care

Read new PRI survey

Americans Satisfied with their Current Health Coverage, Lean Against Single Payer, Finds New PRI Survey

SACRAMENTO – A new national survey commissioned by the nonpartisan Pacific Research Institute, a California-based, free market think tank, finds that, for the second year in a row, an overwhelming majority of Americans are satisfied with their current health coverage. 90 percent of those surveyed said they were satisfied with ...
Commentary

The insane progressive push for ‘Medicare for All’

Fifteen senators and more than 100 House members recently introduced legislation that would launch a federal takeover of the US health-insurance system and install “Medicare for All.” “We live in a country where millions of people ration lifesaving medication or skip necessary trips to the doctor because of cost,” said Rep. ...
Commentary

Read latest about push for single-payer

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

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
Commentary

Read Sally Pipes' latest at Newsmax

Is US Uninsured Crisis a Myth?

The report estimates that 24.3 million Americans lack health insurance in 2023, which amounts to just over 7% of the country. That might seem like an uncomfortably large figure. But consider another crucial fact. The overwhelming majority of uninsured residents — over 20 million — either have access to some ...
Commentary

Read about state-level push for single-payer

State Legislatures Can’t Shake Their Single-Payer Dreams. That’s A Problem.

Michigan is the latest state to flirt with a government takeover of the health insurance system. Earlier this year, Democratic Rep. Carrie Rheingans, who represents Ann Arbor, and several of her colleagues introduced House Bill 4893, which would create a state-run single-payer healthcare system. It’s part of a nationwide trend. ...
Commentary

Read latest about single-payer healthcare

Most Americans don’t want Medicare for All

But according to recent polling, neither claim is true. Americans are broadly happy with the existing health insurance system. And single-payer would manifestly worsen — not solve — the problems Americans do face under the status quo. Read the full article at the Boston Herald
Commentary

Read latest on single-payer healthcare

If There Were a Healthcare Competition, US Would Win

Doctors in England’s National Health Service (NHS) staged a two-day strike in late August over a pay dispute with the country’s government. They plan to strike again in September and October if their demands aren’t met. The walkout is just the latest development in an ever-escalating crisis in Britain’s system ...
Commentary

Read about dangers of single-payer health care

Lawmakers Can’t Let Single-Payer Health Care Cross The Border—Or The Pond

Unfortunately, many progressives are determined to import something even more dangerous from Canada—single-payer health care. For decades, Canadians have shouldered burdensome taxes for the privilege of waiting weeks to receive subpar care. Things are just as bad in England’s government-run healthcare system. Read full article at Forbes
Commentary

Read latest on single-payer healthcare

Left’s Rhetoric Unmoored from Reality: U.S. Likes Its Healthcare

Three in four rate their health plan as either good or very good. And satisfaction ratings barely differed across political, racial, or socioeconomic groups. America’s health insurance system isn’t perfect. But, as these numbers suggest, it works pretty well for most people — which is more than can be said for ...
Commentary

Another reason why single-payer would be bad for US

Britain Offers a Cautionary Tale for ‘Medicare for All’

King Charles III’s coronation wasn’t the only historic event Great Britain marked this year. The country’s revered National Health Service is celebrating this summer the 75th anniversary of its founding. It’s a birthday Americans should take note of. The NHS has been an inspiration to generations of American leftists, who ...
Health Care

Read new PRI survey

Americans Satisfied with their Current Health Coverage, Lean Against Single Payer, Finds New PRI Survey

SACRAMENTO – A new national survey commissioned by the nonpartisan Pacific Research Institute, a California-based, free market think tank, finds that, for the second year in a row, an overwhelming majority of Americans are satisfied with their current health coverage. 90 percent of those surveyed said they were satisfied with ...
Commentary

The insane progressive push for ‘Medicare for All’

Fifteen senators and more than 100 House members recently introduced legislation that would launch a federal takeover of the US health-insurance system and install “Medicare for All.” “We live in a country where millions of people ration lifesaving medication or skip necessary trips to the doctor because of cost,” said Rep. ...
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