We Don’t Need Private Health Insurance

We Don’t Need Private Health Insurance
New single-payer plans don’t need to worry about carving out roles for health-care profiteers.  By Adam Gaffney for The Nation Does achieving “Medicare for All” mean mostly eliminating private health insurance? Single-payer proponents say yes: After all, if a public plan provides comprehensive, no-deductible coverage for everyone, nobody would want—much less be willing pay for—duplicative ...