Is Treating Medicare Patients Profitable?

This post is the latest in a series that establishes what an optimal health insurance system would look like, how much it would cost and who would pay for it. Past posts analyzed the number of uninsured people in the US (it’s not as many as officially reported), the cost of a single-payer system (it’sContinue reading “Is Treating Medicare Patients Profitable?”

The U.S. Healthcare System Might be Better than You Think (Part II)

Last time we outlined the challenges posed by the single-payer model of health insurance adopted by Canada, the UK and several other countries. The gist of that posting was that single-payer systems rely entirely on tax revenues to compensate providers for the costs they incur and therefore the aggregate cost of healthcare is under-reported inContinue reading “The U.S. Healthcare System Might be Better than You Think (Part II)”