View these short videos that offer a number of compelling reasons why single payer is so important and makes the most sense for all Pennsylvanians.
Single Payer Heath Care for PA and US: Let’s Talk Economics
Professor of Economics at the University of Massachusetts, Professor Gerald Friedman talks about a basic rundown of the current insurance system and how single payer trumps it. A great video for stat geeks.
Healthy Artists: Eanna Holton
This artist and mother gives us a look into her work and shares a story that demonstrates the need for a single payer system for Pennsylvania.
Presidents Speak Out II: Walter Tsou, MD
Past President of the American Public Health Association (APHA) and former Philadelphia Public Health Commissioner presents the economic argument for single payer.
Occupy for Universal Health Care
A western Pennsylvania pediatrician shares his views about why the current health care system needs to be replaced by single payer.
Healthy Artists: The Movie
Get a personal viewpoint of the desire for universal health care coverage through the eyes of some very talented artists.
The Healthcare Move: Trailer
This film provides the real story of how it came to be that the health care systems in Canada and the United States are so different today. This movie can be viewed online here – on pay-per-view for $4.99, or you can order a copy at HealthcareMovie.net.
Vampires of Daylight
This is an extended trailer of a movie that takes a look at the multi-billion health care industry and health disparities it has for African Americans.
That Isn’t Covered Now
Dr. Walter Tsou, M.Ph., former Health Commissioner of Philadelphia and board member of Physicians for a National Health Plan and HealthCare4ALLPA, describes renal failure, dialysis, when patients are covered and how all of it exposes two glaring ironies of private insurance companies.
His Name Was Harry
Dr Bill Davidson, a Pennsylvania Cardiologist, shares a story that demonstrates why, contrary to popular belief, it’s the private health care industry that is limiting choices.
Real Canadians Talking Real Healthcare