I am a British author and neurologist from New York, and was intrigued by Galvani et al.1 While I congratulate the authors on being alone with us in asserting that Medicare-based universal plans can save money, 2,3 nevertheless this timely study has problems. Cost estimates of Medicare-for-All by Democratic leaders assume current Medicare costs for … Continue reading Michael Hutchinson, MD, PhD weighs in on Medicare-for-All
Although starting slower than some experts advise, the country has begun to accelerate its preparation to face the growing coronavirus epidemic. Test kit production and lab approvals are rapidly expanding; alternative test methods are being approved. Surgical mask production is being expanded. The FDA is testing antibiotics that have worked to treat similar viruses. The … Continue reading The Coronavirus and a Concern as Care is Provided
Click here to view this letter on the Modern Healthcare website. Medicare for More is a good start, but it’s not a universal plan We agree with the Dec. 2 editorial that a pragmatic universal healthcare plan is critical. Medicare for More, or Obamacare with a public option, are steps in the right direction, however they are … Continue reading Healing American Healthcare responds to Modern Healthcare’s take on Medicare for More
U.S. News & World Report published our most recent comparison of the Eichhorn-Hutchinson Plan and the widely discussed Medicare-for-All. We share our thoughts about how Allcare (our plan) can improve access to healthcare while saving trillions of dollars. Click here to read more.
On Saturday, March 2, 2019, two guests on the CNN program Smerconish discussed Democratic Party issues. The guests were Amie Parnes, co-author, with Jonathan Allen, of Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign, and Bhaskar Sunkara, a Guardian U.S. columnist and founding editor of Jacobin, a magazine “offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture.” They … Continue reading Medicare for All or Universal Healthcare?