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The Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care
350 Broadway Suite 210, Boulder, CO 80305
303-499-3888
info@couniversalhealth.org

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  1. With all the activity now to repeal ObamaCare this would seem a great time as resources and energy available might allow to advance — not a single payer, but a government payer — alternative in the proposed “competitive” market — to address all those that could be left uncovered by the un-doing of ObamaCare. Republicans seem in a vulnerable spot by abandoning those 20 million or so and possibly amenable to simply address that problem directly with “some” government funds — especially for addressing “public goods” (economist define it) for preventive care — and better defined charity for “private goods” that the “competitive” market will not address or absorb. Paul Ryan has hinted as much in seeking a solution. Expanded VA / Medicare could be a possibility.

  2. joanne klein says:

    Sorry, i am asking… Your upcoming march is wonderful. I live in Seattle and i wonder if there was a relative march in connection to your Universal Health Care stance? I am probably being uninformed but just wondered. Thanks, i forwarded this to a pal of mine who lives in Arvada.
    joanne klein

  3. I am a physician in practice for >30 years. Since I was a student I was in favor of a single-payer – government funded system.
    There is a lot of power in the wording of an issue.
    I would like to see the issue in the U.S. to be described as Health INSUANCE reform.
    Calling it Health Care reform makes it sound like there is something wrong with the care provided which needs to be fixed. It muddies the issue of what really needs to be fixed ie– who pays for the health care people receive.
    Hospitals, Doctors often work and deliver care without compensation due to Health Insurance issues.
    Currently although approximately 50% of people who were enrolled through the Colorado Insurance exchange qualified for Medicaid– most providers have actually yet to see ANY compensation for seeing those patients and providing care- due to technical issues with submitting claims and receiving payments.
    Please- lets join together and demand HEALTH INSURANCE REFORM!

  4. Donna Kovacich says:

    I have been paying $800 dollars a month for health care for myself and my son. My new premium for 2017 $1,132 per month! I feel like I am in shock.

    • I think we will all be in shock this renewal period!
      I’ve already been notified that the insurance I provide for my employees and myself will no longer be available through the exchange.
      I’m sad to say that many people will probably choose to go without insurance rather than pay sky-rocketing premiums.

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