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Single-Payer System Would Free $375 Billion for Health Care
Physicians for a National Health Program [PNHP]Link to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Jan. 16, 2015
"A new study has put a price tag on how much more the United States pays in health care costs because it has chosen not to adopt a single-payer system: $375 billion. That figure, in a report published this week in the online journal BMC Health Services Research, represents the excess administrative costs imposed by our private billing and insurance system in 2012. It would have been enough, the report said, to provide every uninsured American with health coverage and upgrade coverage for millions of others who are carrying inadequate, bare-bones policies."

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