A year ago, the Affordable Care Act was supposed to make health care a right for all Americans.
Now, nearly a year after its passage, it seems to be having a dramatic effect on how Americans use health care.
The new data from the Kaiser Family Foundation suggests that while the law has made health care more accessible, it has not made it more affordable.
This is because people are more likely to use Medicare for prescription drugs, but less likely to get those drugs in a timely fashion.
“Medicare for All” has the potential to be the biggest change in healthcare in decades.
If you have any ideas about how this might happen, please get in touch with me and let me know!
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