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Talking Points: The Pennsylvania Health Care Plan

Talking Points: The Pennsylvania Health Care Plan

   Elimination of co-pays, deductibles, out-of-pocket expenses and networks Gives citizens the freedom and flexibility to choose their health care providers Provides comprehensive coverage Preserves the private practice of medicine Health care providers would have autonomy over patient care. Elimination of premiums; replaced by a 3% tax on adjusted gross income Businesses will pay a […]

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WIUP-FM Podcast on Single Payer

WIUP-FM Podcast on Single Payer

In early 2014 I participated in a radio discussion on the need for comprehensive single payer healthcare reform on WIUP FM radio in Indiana, PA.  Eric Barker of the Center for Community Growth-Indiana, PA hosted the program.  I was on a panel with fellow Health Care for All PA Will Ferrell (not the actor) and […]

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Healthcare4AllPA Endorses Healthcare Justice March, National Mall, August 1, 2015

Healthcare4AllPA Endorses Healthcare Justice March, National Mall, August 1, 2015

Medicare Turns 50 This Summer! Health Care 4 All PA recognizes the profound significance of the establishment of Medicare as a key step in moving towards a truly universal health care system.  We endorse the Healthcare Justice March.  National changes often begin in the states, and that is why HC 4 All PA is focused […]

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Former Rep. Allyson Schwartz’s Medicare Advantage

Former Rep. Allyson Schwartz’s Medicare Advantage

She has a new job and we are wondering how her goals will affect our tax dollars and delivery of Medicare . Read more here.

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Dwight Michael OpEd in Gettysburg Times

Dwight Michael OpEd in Gettysburg Times

Healthcare for All PA board member Dwight Michael, MD had an OpEd in the Gettysburg Times on April 9.  Here is the text of the article. Our healthcare system: Can we afford it for much longer? by Dwight Michael, MD Posted: Thursday, April 9, 2015 Gettysburg Times We are five years into the Affordable Care […]

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ACA Having Little Effect on Uninsured in 2013

ACA Having Little Effect on Uninsured in 2013

The Census Bureau has released the 2013 Small Area Health Insurance Estimates for all counties and states in the US.  The trend for the Pennsylvania and the US from 2006-2013 can be seen above.  The US rate has decreased from a high of 17.7% in 2010 to 16.8% in 2013.  Likewise the PA rate has […]

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ACA Support “All Time High” with Changes Wanted

ACA Support “All Time High” with Changes Wanted

 Views of the ACA Now Reps Dems Inds Working well, keep as is  6%  1% 14%  5% Good things, but changes needed  60%  41% 73% 61% Needs to be repealed entirely  32%  56% 13%  32% In the five years since it’s passage, polling on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is still remarkably consistent.  The above […]

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Getting Real about Single Payer

The Economic Argument for the Long Term Power Point Presentation by Walter Tsou, MD, MPH

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