If There's an Argument for Medicare for All That Ought to Convince Everyone, It's This Epidemic
This is episode 32, “If There's an Argument for Medicare for All That Ought to Convince Everyone, It's This Epidemic.”
My guest, David Himmelstein, MD, is a Distinguished Professor of public health and health policy in the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College.
Dr. Himmelstein is a co-founder of Physicians for a National Health Program. He has authored or coauthored more than 100 journal articles and three books, and is a top expert on the waste and abuse of our current health care system.
Do not miss this episode as Dr. Himmelstein describes the United States’ devastating response to the coronavirus pandemic and how a single-payer Medicare for All system would help.
Episode 32 Transcript
Health Disparities in the US Before And After the Pandemic
How We Can Meet the Mental Health Needs of Children and Adolescents
Public Option, Unions, Obligation, Part 2
Public Option, Unions, Obligation, Part 1
A Local Resolution Supporting Medicare For All
Covid and Racial Inequities
The U.S. Pandemic Response and How to Improve It
Medicaid Is Helpful; Medicare for All Would Be Better
Falling Back in Love With Clinical Practice
Why We Need the Medicare for All Act
Disaster Preparedness and COVID-19
State Level Medicare for All: Is It Possible?
Racism, Health Care, and Medicare for All
Join the Fight
How Medicare Integrated Hospitals
Health Inequality and Physical Structure
A Living Wage Home Cleaning Company and COVID-19
We don’t have a health care system in the United States
Racial Inequities: COVID-19 has essentially ripped the cover off of some of the deepest cracks in our current healthcare system
An Ongoing Issue: Drug Prices and Supplies Before and During the Pandemic
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