Recent Reports & Activities
In Historic Shift, Second Largest Physicians Group in US Has New Prescription: It's Medicare for All
The American College of Physicians has endorsed single payer, universal healthcare as a means to solving our health care crisis. Their 43-page position paper was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine on January 20, 2020 and is entitled "Envisioning a Better U.S. Health Care System for All: Coverage and Cost of Care".
The U.S. Spends $2,500 Per Person on Health Care Administrative Costs. Canada Spends $550. Here's Why
Imagine this staggering fact: The United States is now spending $2,497 per person on health administrative costs, or 5 times more than Canada spends. This data was gleaned from the recent Annals of Internal Medicine report published on January 7, 2020
Research & Analysis (PNHI)
Research documents describe a financial plan for implementation of social health insurance; Extended Medicare for All Framework, Consolidation of US Health Insurance, Expanding and Improving Medicare, and a Drug Prescription Plan.
The Medicare for All Act of 2019 is subjected to the last clause of the Fifth Amendment of the US Constitution. This revised report was written by Board members Thomas Gottlieb and Eldon Van der Wege.
HCACF Board members Eldon Van Der Wege and Thomas Billroth Gottlieb recently studied how viable market techniques, when combined with efficient financing, can lower the prices of outpatient prescription drugs and provide coverage for everyone.