Only a true single-payer system (“Everybody in, nobody out”) can yield the administrative savings — estimated at $400 billion annually — needed to provide comprehensive, affordable care to everyone.
Placebos that preserve the role of the private health insurance industry, ... with or without a public option, can’t even come close to these results.
Adoption of a publicly financed health care system has become an economic and moral imperative.
Quentin D. Young, M.D., M.A.C.P.
Physicians for a National Health Program
Quoted from a letter to the editor, Politico 05/05/09.