Keyword: Physicians for a National Health Program
There seems to be no data that support the belief that there could be a surge in hospital use if the government implements "Medicare for All."
The AMA says the country should build on the success of the ACA to help ensure health insurance for patients rather than move to “Medicare for All."
With “Medicare for All” part of the national political debate, on Friday, JAMA published the first pro-single payer opinion piece in more than 15 years.
What happens when doctors consolidate in multispecialty practices? Fees go up, according to a new study.
The evidence is clear that health insurance helps save lives, new research has confirmed.
Republicans' failure to advance the American Health Care Act has led to a renewed push for a single-payer healthcare system despite steep political odds.
As expected, the Senate voted along party lines this morning to confirm Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.
In the wake of last week’s election, it’s more important than ever that physicians--whatever their political stance--become advocates on behalf of their patients, according to a number of doctors.
The Physicians for a National Health Program says healthcare expenses for insured patients and the large number of uninsured people who the ACA hasn't reached make a strong case for a single-payer, universal healthcare plan.