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'Medicare for All': What would it really mean for healthcare stakeholders?

January 6, 2020
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In the spotlight as the 2020 presidential election cycle approaches, “Medicare for All” (M4A) is one of the most defining and contentious issues in politics. According to an August 2018 Reuters/Ipsos poll, 70% of people surveyed support M4A. Another survey indicates the underlying reason for Americans’ interest in healthcare reform: 77% are concerned that rising healthcare costs will cause significant and lasting damage to the U.S. economy, and 45% believe a major health event could leave them bankrupt, according to a 2019 Westhealth/Gallup survey.