LETTERS: Why Medicare for All Will/Won't Work, letters by Ellen Oxfeld and Elizabeth Rosenthal, New York Times

Senator Sanders’s Medicare for All Act merits strong support from all political constituencies.

For conservatives, Medicare for All (single payer) should appeal because it will control costs. With Medicare for All, one payer sets prices, so hospitals and drug companies can no longer gouge us. Administrative costs, currently estimated to be as much as one-third of every health care dollar, will be significantly reduced without the complexities of billing multiple insurers and plans.

Read the full letter at the New York Times here.