CEO Richard Master Makes Business Case for Medicare-for-All

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Richard Master, CEO of MCS Industries, speaks at the introduction of Sen. Bernie Sanders Medicare-for-All SB 1804. Master has produced two documentaries, Fix It: Health Care at the Tipping Point and Big Pharma: Market Failure, both detailing the failure of U.S. health care financing that is failing the people, with costs twice as high as other developed countries, and worse health outcomes.

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FSTV Special Correspondent Tamara Banks interviews Donna Smith, Executive Director of PDA

Health Care Status in America Interview: FSTV Talks with HCACF Board member Donna Smith on Healthcare.

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Washington Reforms Fragment Health Risk Pools, Driving Up Costs

Read Board Member Michele Swenson's article in the Huffington Post:  Republicans’ “free-market” mantra implies that greater numbers of commercial health insurances will increase healthcare access while decreasing cost - nothing could be further from the truth. Breaking up health coverage into numerous small risk pools is the most unsustainable model of health financing.
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Single Risk-Pool vs. Fractured Multi-Payer Commercial Health Insurance Model

Horsey, David. "You're Making This Way Too Hard." She is in Complete Ruins, SFGATE, 2017

 

Listen to Board Member Michele Swenson's Commentary.

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Waste, Fraud & Abuse

WATCH HCACF's "Waste, Fraud & Abuse", featuring the president of the HCACF Board, Vince Markovchick, M.D., and learn more about our dysfunctional healthcare system.

Vince Markovchick, MD, provided HCAC and HCACF membership with educational tools about the Colorado Universal Health Plan.

At the June 1, 2013, annual meeting of Health Care for All Colorado, Dr. Markovchick presented on"The Perfect Storm" in the U.S. health care system.

He also presents this information in a bit different format for general audiences.

U.S. Healthcare Financing Reform: The Consolidation of the Health Insurance Industry

Eldon Van Der Wege, MBA and
Thomas Billroth Gottlieb, MD

In this study, we propose the US health insurance system should be consolidated using a mergers and acquisitions strategy to reduce the current inequality and administrative inefficiency in healthcare. We believe that our study has significant policy implications for healthcare reform and will result in higher quality services at a reduced cost and healthier communities.

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