AMERICA DISSECTED WITH ABDUL EL-SAYED NOV.18.19
Dr. Abdul El-Sayed offers two new healthcare podcasts:
HEALTHCARE DISSECTED PT 1: “NOBODY KNEW HEALTHCARE COULD BE SO COMPLICATED" is an interview with Lisa Cardillo, whose personal story and frightening experience with our healthcare system, raises many questions and concerns about our current system.
HEALTHCARE DISSECTED PT 2: MEDICARE-FOR-WHO? Part 2 explores the major healthcare plans: Medicare-For-All (single-payer), the public option, and Medicare-for-America
America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed, MD, Crooked Media, crooked.com What are your thoughts? Please write your comments below.
In an opinion piece in the MINNPOST, Brent William Henry expresses his support for single-payer insurance. His view that healthcare is in a state of crisis is based on his research and personal experiences. He states that it is "morally reprehensible to make an individual’s medical necessities about maximizing monetary profitability."Read more
HCACF Board member Vince Markovchick, MD not only presents on the condition of our current healthcare system and its out of control costs, but also provides a feasible solution. He compares the current healthcare abuses and fraud to what he calls an "Ideal" health care plan; a means towards achieving a single-payer system.Read more
In an op-ed, Dr. Diane Lucas conveys her support for single-payer, and responds to S 1531 (STOP Surprise Medical Bills Act) versus HB 1384 (The Medicare for All Act of 2019). She states that "While it's a start, the STOP Surprise Medical Bills Act is just another Band-Aid on the sinking ship known as the American health care system".
David U. Himmelstein and Steffie Woolhandler from The Nation, take an in-depth look at how private insurances operate, citing that "the case for a public option rests on faulty economic logic and naive assumptions about how private insurance actually works."Read more
Washington Post Opinions editor, James Downie, takes a look at “Health Justice Now”, a book written by Timothy Faust. Downie claims that Faust is an expert at explaining single payer; what it is, why we need it and how we can get. Faust supports HR 1384 and SB 1129, the Medicare for All Acts in Congress, because both bills include comprehensive coverage.
Read Why We Need Single-Payer Health Care — and ‘Health Justice’ by James Downie, Washington Post washingtonpost.com What are your thoughts? Please write your comments below.
James G. Kahn compares private insurance (current system) to Medicare-for-All (single payer) and explains how a single payer system could easily exist without single insurance in charge. He also analyzes scenarios in which private insurance companies might function within a single payer system and in what capacity.
Read Medicare for All and Private Insurance: It is Like Mixing Oil and Water James G Kahn, www.tarbell.org What are your thoughts? Please write your comments below.
For this podcast, Joe Sparks interviews Stephanie Nakajima, Director of Communications at Healthcare-NOW. Ms. Nakajima talks about her personal healthcare experiences and why there is an urgent need for single payer, Medicare-for-All. Joe Sparks, Medicare for All Explained, Episode 15
Listen to Medicare For All Explained : A Revelation. Episode 15 What are your thoughts? Please write your comments below.
Phil Galewitz, from KHN Kaiser Health News, examines why an increasing number of businesses support universal health care. The rising costs in our current system is certainly one of the reasons. He interviewed several people, including Richard Master who stated “Insurance companies are not watching the store and don’t have incentives to hold down costs in the current system.”Read more
Dr. Garrett Adams, founding member of Physicians for National Health Program (PNHP), explains why we should not believe the misinformation and lies about single-payer health plans; instead we should be focusing on the benefits of a publicly financed, nonprofit national health insurance. Courier Journal, Part of the USA Today Network, April 15, 2019Read more