Looking back at Medicare and Medicaid, we can see why there are several versions of spending projections for the American Families Plan.
In a new report, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) presents a menu of choices that we will need to consider if we want single payer healthcare.
Soon to be swamped by the baby boomers, Medicare’s finances are summarized in this year’s report from the trustees that oversee the program’s funding.
While the CBO’s (Congressional Budget Office) 2018-2028 report presents federal budget projections, the numbers also reflect the tradeoffs and some tough decisions.
Knowing that entitlement spending on Social Security and Medicare is soaring, the candidates have offered “free lunch economics” as their solutions.