We have to face some inconvenient facts about our health care system, six years after enactment of the Affordable Care Act.
Drug prices in the US are already approaching a crisis point for many patients unable to afford their prices, often despite being insured.
While it has done a lot of good, the Affordable Care Act is not a long-term solution to the US health care crisis.
Hillary Clinton’s attacks on Bernie Sanders’ Medicare for All plan could do long-term damage to the movement for universal health care.
We still need a single-payer health program. We have to go beyond the Affordable Care Act.
A new book examines the ACA and shows why more fundamental reform is imperative.
A coalition of groups associated with Occupy Wall Street took to the streets of midtown Manhattan on Thursday evening calling for the abolition of the for-profit healthcare system…