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
Electronic Health Records and Interchangeable Data
Little Things That Can Make a Difference
A Catastrophic Ruling: The Overturning of Guaranteed Abortion Access
Gun Violence and Public Health in the U.S.
Public Health, Single-Payer and the American Public Health Association
The Healthcare Skin-in-the-Game Myth
Achieving the Cancer Moonshot in 10 Years
Jeffry Sachs Testimony from the House Oversight Committee Hearing on Medicare for All
Highlights from the House Oversight Committee Hearing on Medicare for All
Some Survey Results on Why Having Health Insurance Doesn’t Mean Squat
Well-Known and Lesser-Known Problems With Our Healthcare System
Medicare for All Changes That Will Make Your Life Better
How a Conservative Came to Support Single-payer Healthcare
Highlights, Volume 3
How Tragedy Created a Single-Payer Advocate
Why We Need Universal Continuous Healthcare From Birth
Our Insidious and Nefarious Healthcare System
Our Healthcare Mess and Why We Need Medicare for All
Highlights, Volume 2
Entrepreneurs and Medicare For All
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