Topic: Single-Payer System
As the single-payer debate heats up, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid administrator attacked it head-on at AHIP this week.
President Trump and a prominent progressive traded barbs over a Medicare-for-all bill. Plus, are nursing homes scamming Medicare using dying patients?
Medicare-for-all isn't likely, but Medicaid-for-all is within reach—with all of the same public health and healthcare advantages.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma said expanding Medicare benefits to every American would “dilute” the program.
A new survey commissioned by the Bipartisan Policy Center found a notable split in what people on each side of the aisle view as healthcare reform priorities.
While everyone from Congress to Amazon is trying to overhaul the health insurance industry, most consumers are happy with the current setup.
At an investor conference on Thursday, UnitedHealth CEO David Wichmann weighed in on the insurers push toward value, drug rebates and single payer.
While progressive groups and lawmakers are energetic about the prospect of single-payer healthcare, the path forward is very rocky.
Democratic lawmakers are taking another crack at a public option with a Medicare buy-in option for employers and individuals on ACA exchanges.
A new report finds that skyrocketing healthcare costs could be pushing some employers toward "no-coverage" land.