Ms. Harris is forging her own path on the health care issue, putting forth a “Medicare for all” plan that stops short of the complete overhaul Bernie Sanders has proposed.
Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are among the 2020 candidates earning approval from the government-reform group End Citizens United.
If it followed the path of traditional Medicare, it would end up paying for a lot of coverage that has little medical value.
Readers discuss an opt-out option, low reimbursements and the shockingly bureaucracy-free health care in Greece.
Stop talking so much about the America that he’s destroying. Save your breath for the America you want to create.
More U.S. retirees are moving away, and they are finding that Medicare doesn’t pay for health care outside the country. The solution: Mixing coverages.
In New Hampshire, the former vice president went after some of his rivals, with criticism that Bernie Sanders called “totally absurd.”
The proposal would have lowered costs under Medicare for consumers needing expensive drugs, but would have raised Medicare premiums.
People would lose insurance, but workplace lactation rooms, menu calorie information and entire government programs would also be affected.
A study found Google was more accurate than the program’s physician directories.
Readers offer differing opinions. One notes that “people seem perfectly happy to ditch private insurance and to jump into Medicare when they hit 65.”
Expanding insurance coverage isn’t the only task ahead.
‘Medicare for all’ would essentially do away with private insurance, a fact that some politicians seem reluctant to emphasize.