“Medicare for All” - at the state level. Could New York state reduce provider payments and raise tax

Another in a series of discussions about “Medicare for All.” This is interesting since it focuses on a system for one state, New York, back by RAND research. But success is highly dependent on savings based on the state’s ability to reduce provider payment rates and administrative expenses, and the acceptance of high-income residents facing new taxes. That seems like a big stretch. - Sanders DiPiero

New York’s single-payer health system could work—with tax increases

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