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Federal Single Payer
Go to Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP)
Click to learn about the 2021 House bill HR 1976 or 2022 Senate bill - Research
22 studies all show Medicare for All saves money and is the only means to achieve universal health coverage and rein in costs.
Projected costs of single-payer healthcare financing in the United States: A systematic review of economic analyses
2022 Single Payer MFA bill
Lead Sponsor analyses:
PRE-2022 Single Payer MFA bill
Professor Gerald Friedman, U Mass Amherst, has conducted economic research and analysis focused on Rhode Island implementing single payer. Click below to read his study, addendum and 2018 testimony to the Rhode Island General Assembly. Click here for Prof. Friedman's resume.
Prof. Friedman Testimony to RI General Assembly (2021)
Prof. Friedman Testimony to RI General Assembly (2018)
RI single payer economic analysis (2015)
Addendum to economic analysis (2015)
See also: FAQ, Medicare-for-all Myths, and the 2017 URI Healthcare Symposium
2022 RI Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) Oversight Bill -
H. 7758 and S. 2473
Compare: 2019 OHIC "justifications" for privatizing Medicaid here and here.
2022 Control Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM)s
H. 8002 and S. 2619 (Senate hearing 3-23-22)
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