Medicare for All

  • 09.21.17

    A Conversation with Dr. Jane O'Meara Sanders and RoseAnn DeMoro

    On Thursday September 21, Dr. Jane O'Meara Sanders (Co-founder, Fellow of the Sanders Institute) joined RoseAnn DeMoro of National Nurses United to talk about Medicare for All and the need for civil discourse. A Conversation with Jane Sanders and RoseAnn DeMoro from National Nurses United on Vimeo....

    On Thursday September 21, Dr. Jane O'Meara Sanders (Co-founder, Fellow of the Sanders Institute) joined RoseAnn DeMoro of National Nurses United to talk about Medicare for All and the need for civil discourse.

    A Conversation with Jane Sanders and RoseAnn DeMoro from National Nurses United on Vimeo.

  • 09.13.17

    "Pivotal Moment in American History": Michael Lighty on Medicare-for-All

    On September 13, 2017, Senator Bernard Sanders introduced S.1804 - a bill to establish a Medicare-for-all health insurance program, with 15 co-sponsors. Sanders Institute Fellow and Director of Public Policy for National Nurses United spoke with Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! on the pivotal piece of legislation. Acc...

    On September 13, 2017, Senator Bernard Sanders introduced S.1804 - a bill to establish a Medicare-for-all health insurance program, with 15 co-sponsors. Sanders Institute Fellow and Director of Public Policy for National Nurses United spoke with Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! on the pivotal piece of legislation. According to a June poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation, some 53% of Americans support a national health care plan

    UPDATE: As of September 14, 2017, there are now 16 co-sponsors for S.1804.

  • 07.27.17

    Health Care Research Paper Delivered to Congress

    The Sanders Institute and National Nurses United delivered a research paper, titled Medicare For All vs All the Healthcare Each Can Afford, to every Senate and House of Representatives office on Capitol Hill. This report analyzes our current fragmented healthcare system and suggests a system of healthcare reflectin...

    The Sanders Institute and National Nurses United delivered a research paper, titled Medicare For All vs All the Healthcare Each Can Afford, to every Senate and House of Representatives office on Capitol Hill. This report analyzes our current fragmented healthcare system and suggests a system of healthcare reflecting the nurses' values of caring, compassion and community.

  • 06.28.17

    Medicare for All

    In this video, Robert Reich explains why healthcare is a right that should be guaranteed for all Americans and why moving towards a Medicare for all system would deliver better healthcare at a lower cost....

    In this video, Robert Reich explains why healthcare is a right that should be guaranteed for all Americans and why moving towards a Medicare for all system would deliver better healthcare at a lower cost. 

  • 06.27.17

    Jeffrey Sachs: Americans can save $1 trillion and get better healthcare

    In this article, Jeffrey Sachs, university professor and director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia, discusses the big business of American healthcare and lays out a 10-point plan for achieving a feasible, fair and reasonable healthcare system that limits the monopoly power of the health care se...

    In this article, Jeffrey Sachs, university professor and director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia, discusses the big business of American healthcare and lays out a 10-point plan for achieving a feasible, fair and reasonable healthcare system that limits the monopoly power of the health care sector.

  • 06.27.17

    It's Time for Medicare for All

    American spending on healthcare per person is more than twice the average in the world's thirty-five advanced economies. Yet Americans are sicker, our lives are shorter, and we have more chronic illnesses than in any other advanced nation. Medicare for all would avoid all these problems, and get lower prices and be...

    American spending on healthcare per person is more than twice the average in the world’s thirty-five advanced economies. Yet Americans are sicker, our lives are shorter, and we have more chronic illnesses than in any other advanced nation. Medicare for all would avoid all these problems, and get lower prices and better care.

  • 06.26.17

    In the News: Robert Reich on CNN panel discussing the AHCA

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