The healthcare debate: stay gold, USA

The healthcare debate: stay gold, USA

As the 2020 presidential candidate field narrows, healthcare has emerged as a central issue this election, being debated and discussed extensively on the national stage. On the progressive end of the spectrum, Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren lead the initiative for Medicare for All, whereas the more moderate candidates such as former mayor […]

The healthcare debate: a broken system

The healthcare debate: a broken system

The United States is supposedly the most developed nation in the world, yet one look at the country’s poorly-structured healthcare system indicates otherwise. Although the enactment of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010 made important strides for healthcare accessibility by offering insurance subsidies to low-income families, 29 million Americans still lack healthcare coverage altogether, […]

You should care about healthcare

During this election season, there’s been a lot of discussion about Obamacare, Romneycare, the Affordable Care Act, healthcare and Medicare. And at this point, it is likely you don’t care. Why should you? Maybe you think Medicare is for old people so it doesn’t matter. Maybe you don’t know the difference between Medicare, Medicaid, and […]