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Business Initiative for Health Policy
A group of American business owners advocating Medicare for All
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Joe Sanberg Jul 20
Excited to announce that I’ve joined a coalition of business leaders to explain how is the right move for our health AND for our economy. Thank you for your vision to bring us together. cc
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Ro Khanna Jul 17
The single biggest cause for wage stagnation is rising premiums. As will explain today, under Medicare for All, people won't have to pay $5,000 yearly to an insurance company & employers will also save money. You will get to keep your doctor and have better care.
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 16
CEO and former Republican PA legislator David Steil is about as far from a socialist as you can get, but he know’s the American economy needs Medicare for All.
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Jill Lawrence Jul 16
Lots of good stuff including 's David Steil -- Republican business owner and former state legislator -- on why he thinks the country needs
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 16
The corrupt Insurance industry is fighting tooth and nail to keep affordable care out of reach for millions of Americans, but their army of lobbyists can’t stop the movement.
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 16
Kamala Harris has pledged to fight for lower drug prices for American families and businesses. Her plan is the kind of serious action we need from our lawmakers.
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Public Citizen Jul 16
"It's time to accept that the free market doesn't work for health care. Patients can't do comparison shopping from the back of an ambulance." You know the momentum for is building when former GOP lawmakers are calling for it:
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 16
would improve upon existing Medicare so Americans don’t have to go shopping for policies that cover basic aspects of healthcare. Great piece from
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 16
Medicare advantage is nothing more than insurance companies robbing Medicare beneficiaries. It's time to expand and improve Medicare to every American, without commercial insurance.
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SocialSecurityWorks Jul 15
This is completely false. would make Medicare much better by adding: - Dental - Hearing - Vision - Long Term Care while eliminating co-pays, premiums, and deductibles
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 16
CEO and former Republican PA legislator David Steil is about as far from a socialist as you can get, but he know’s the American economy needs Medicare for All.
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 15
Trump’s weak plan to reduce drug prices blew up on the launchpad.
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 15
“From the patient's perspective, coverage under Medicare for All may not look that much different than it does now. It may just be that there's somebody different paying the bill at the end of the day than before"
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 15
Paying for Insulin is a challenge for many Americans, but high prices disproportionately affect Black, Hispanic and Asian adults. These communities deserve relief.
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 15
"Vice President Biden’s language here is a disservice to voters, patients, American businesses and workers, and to the healthcare legacy of President Obama.”
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 15
Replying to @JoeBiden
Oh no He did it again!!
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 15
Hey ! Look, another Democrat proposing (in your words) “Getting rid of Obamacare”
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 15
Unfortunate that these groups pressure politicians toward inaction when so many businesses and families stand to prosper from the efficiency of
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Rep. Ro Khanna Jul 13
Medicare for All will cost $32 trillion over the next 10 years. Our current system will already cost $49 trillion over the next 10 years. The economics behind make sense. We will save taxpayers $$, stop insurance price gouging, and reduce hospital fees.
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Business Initiative for Health Policy Jul 12
The United States is falling behind. We need if we want a competitive economy and a healthy workforce
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