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Many proponents of making a “Medicare for All” system within the United States say it might make this nation extra like different industrialized nations. But, in actual fact, different nations construction their methods in all kinds of the way. Some have a Medicare for All-type system, with personal suppliers and public fee. But some methods are nearer to government-run, whereas others embody massive roles for personal insurance coverage.
In this week’s particular episode of KHN’s “What the Health?” host Julie Rovner interviews Gerard Anderson, a professor at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Christopher Pope, a senior fellow on the Manhattan Institute, about how different nations pay for and ship well being care, and what the U.S. might study from them ― or study what to not do.
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