What a Single-Payer Health Insurance Plan Looks Like Part 1

… the cost of administering the existing Medicare system, the traditional fee-for-service Medicare, is 2 percent — that is, $0.98 out of every dollar that goes into Medicare goes out to pay for services, health care services. By contrast, the mandate in the Affordable Care Act is that insurance companies get up to 80 percent.So the health insurance industry admits that it is ten times less efficient than Medicare.

via What a Single-Payer Health Insurance Plan Looks Like Part 1.

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One Response to What a Single-Payer Health Insurance Plan Looks Like Part 1

  1. fastcook says:

    I was for a single payer sign. I assume it will evolve eventually. Right now, I hope to live that long. :)

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