Many studies have examined the costs and benefits of replacing the current health care financing model with a single-payer system fully funded by taxpayers. Most of these studies, including the most prominent, ignore a key component: the significant economic costs of taxes, which would be necessary to pay for government- provided health care. This edition of Health Policy Prescriptions surveys some of this research.
Understanding the Tax Implications of Single-Payer Health Care
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