This piece by CMS promotes privatization of health care financing, including Medicare 'Advantage' plans that use the pretense of 'choice' and 'competition' to sell plans to enhance the bottom line of multiple private insurers, while ultimately gouging taxpayer dollars. Multiple payer insurers actually reduce 'choice' of providers by reducing the size of their provider networks - only traditional Medicare offers true full 'choice' of providers. Also, true beneficial 'competition' should be among providers, not multiple profiteering insurers.Read more
Florida Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Gillum relates his choice to support National Public Health Insurance financing, and why single payer financing is not feasible at the state level. From CBSNews.comRead more
Board member Donna Smith believes in building a better healthcare system in the United States, but not at the expense of the poor. Taxing the poor simply is not the way to improve our healthcare system or our focus on public health.
Visit our "Articles for the Cause" page to see some new healthcare articles. Then join the conversation and share your thoughts. Is the AMA joining the movement? Is single-payer the same as Medicare for All? Is single-payer possible if the government is run by corporations Update: This page is now called "Health Care Reform Articles".Read more
The Candidate Health Reform Questionnaire redefines health care reform dialogue in terms of financial sustainability and actuarially-sound insurance policy, based on that most basic insurance concept - a single large risk pool. Only diversification of risk through single large-risk pool insurance can lower costs and provide equitable benefits for all.Read more
Please visit our "Health Care Reform Articles " page to find relevant articles on healthcare and and current statistics.Read more
Background facts regarding sustainability of Single Public Payer Health Insurance model vs. the unsustainable Multiple Payer Insurance model. Includes a draft Caucus Resolution to bring to Party Caucuses on March 6, 2018.Read more
Health Care Status in America Interview: FSTV Talks with HCACF Board member Donna Smith about Healthcare.Read more