August 15, 2018

The Illusory Savings of 'Medicare for All'

Robert Graboyes

Senior Research Fellow

The recent Mercatus study on 'Medicare for All' concluded that government spending would increase by $32 trillion, but that total health spending would decrease by $2 trillion, if the rosy economic assumptions made by single-payer advocates were granted. Bob Graboyes outlines what exactly those assumptions are, and why they are unrealistic, in an article for the Washington Examiner. 

Read it here: The Illusory Savings of 'Medicare for All'