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Britain’s Version Of ‘Medicare For All’ Is Struggling With Long Waits For Care

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By Sally Pipes
Forbes, April 1, 2019

Nearly a quarter of a million British patients have been waiting more than six months to receive planned medical treatment from the National Health Service, according to a recent report from the Royal College of Surgeons. More than 36,000 have been in treatment queues for nine months or more. Long waits for care are endemic to government-run, single-payer systems like the NHS. Yet some U.S. lawmakers want to import that model from across the pond. That would be a massive blunder. Click here to read more.

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