I’m an NHS nurse. This is how I’m convincing Americans to fight for free healthcare
The horror stories of I heard during my conversations were shocking. Universal healthcare is a human right – and thankfully millions of US citizens are waking up
“Am I a bad person?” Why one mom didn’t take her kid to the ER — even after poison control said to.
The emergency room bill I can’t stop thinking about. By Sarah Kliff for Vox Two years ago, 36-year-old Lindsay Clark was facing a terrible decision.
WaPo Doesn’t Want Voters to Know Medicare for All Will Cut Their Health Costs
By Julie Hollar for FAIR Healthcare consistently ranks as one of the top issues for Democratic voters, so helping those voters understand Democratic presidential candidates’
New Report: How Media and Polling Company Adoption of Insurance Industry Spin Warps Democracy
H.O.P.E. Note: This post includes excerpts from the National Economic & Social Rights Initiative (NESRI) report. Find the full report here. Mainstream media and public-opinion
Women approaching retirement face financial insecurity over healthcare and drug costs
“Those results underscore the reality of an uneven playing field for women in the American economy and the economic opportunity cost after years as mothers
Medicare for all would save money — and lives
The last thing on your mind during a ride to the ER should be: Is this going to bankrupt me? By Negin Owliaei for Nation
Rural Health: Financial Insecurity Plagues Many Who Live With Disability
By Selena Simmons-Duffin for NPR Carol Burgos is worried her neighbors think she is bringing the neighborhood down. She lives in a mobile home park
Letters: AMA’s opposition to single-payer healthcare is uninformed
By Various for Modern Healthcare I’m an American Medical Association member. My leadership’s opposition to single-payer healthcare is uninformed and possibly deceptive. At last week’s
Progressive activists call on Pallone to support Medicare for All Act
By Brenda Flanagan for NJTV News Junior Romero joined a handful of dedicated souls supporting Medicare for All at a rally in New Brunswick. It
Advisory council backs universal, single-payer pharmacare plan
H.O.P.E. NOTE: This article shows that nationalizing pharmaceutical coverage would save money in Canada, lowering overall costs by $5 billion per year and costs to
Medicare for All: a Pathway to Universal Health Coverage?
By Alex Graf for The Globe Post Even hours before the House Ways and Means Committee considered several proposals during its June 12 hearing on
Are You Sure You Actually ‘Like’ Your Private Health Insurance?
In 2018, as millions of Americans borrowed $88 billion to pay for health care, 62 CEOs of health care companies made a combined total of