We Don’t Need Private Health Insurance

In the article We Don’t Need Private Health Insurance, a case is made that Medicare for All (M4A) health care reform is in fact a simple substitution of the private health insurance by a public national health insurance that provides access to basic health services. The article further defines the role for private health insurance including; “duplicative” plans, “supplementary” plans, and “complementary” plans, all of which are defined by the writer.

In the February 18, 2019 Nation Magazine, Adam Gaffney writes about healthcare reform and describes how "New single-payer plans don’t need to worry about carving out roles for health-care profiteers". 

Read We Don’t Need Private Health Insurance by Adam Gaffney.

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