Advocates for Medicare for All and similar systems regularly create the impression that such systems will not come between you and your doctor; implying unfettered access to any and all care. The […]
The so-called “Cadillac tax” of 40% on high value health plans has been repeatedly delayed, but has now been repealed by the House with the Senate likely to follow. What about the […]
When filing your income taxes this year did you take notice of Box 12, code DD on your W-2? As you can see from this sample, it can be a hefty amount. […]
The only plausible explanation for President Trump’s renewed effort through the courts to do away with the Affordable Care Act, other than muscle memory, is a desire to play to his base […]
Spending on healthcare – To fulfill the promises for lower spending, any Medicare for All approach requires addressing how, where, when, what and why we use health care. Everything else is rhetorical fluff.
What does the US spend on health care? That depends on how you define it, what’s included and what is not. Overall it is reported we spend $3.65 trillion a year, but […]