Medicare For All Would Save $450 Billion Annually While Preventing 68,000 Deaths, New Study Shows

A study published in The Lancet medical journal found that $450 billion would be saved every year if the United States converted to a single-payer, Medicare for All healthcare system. It also concluded that lower income families would greatly benefit from a single-payer system.  Eliminating the current reality of profit over people, is another significantly positive factor.  

Medicare For All Would Save $450 Billion Annually While Preventing 68,000 Deaths, New Study Shows by Jason Lemon, Newsweek

The Lancet Report, Improving the Prognosis of Health Care in the USA by Prof Alison P Galvani, PhD , Alyssa S Parpia, MPH, Eric M Foster, Burton H Singer, PhD, Meagan C Fitzpatrick, PhD

Yale Study Says Medicare for All Would Save U.S. $450 Billion, Prevent Nearly 70,000 Deaths a Year  Democracy Now!  

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