Here’s how ‘Medicare for All’ would affect every part of the $3.5 trillion US healthcare system
- “Medicare for All” sound like a simple idea: Everyone in the US would receive comprehensive healthcare coverage from the government.
- The reality of implementing that idea is far more complex. It would represent the biggest reshaping of the $3.5 trillion US healthcare system in more than half a century.
- Though some specifics are missing on how Medicare for All would likely work, we can start gauging the effects some of the proposals could have on insurers, drug companies, employers, patients, providers and hospitals.
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