Seema Verma, who runs Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, wrote Wednesday on Twitter: "The Scary Halloween Costume of the…
Seema Verma, who runs Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, wrote Wednesday on Twitter: “The Scary Halloween Costume of the Year Goes To …”
The tweet then presented a picture of a person wearing a T-shirt with the words “MEDICARE FOR ALL” printed over the front.
“Medicare-for-all” is a proposal that would widen Medicare, providing coverage for seniors and some disabled people, to all Americans in an effort to reduce the uninsured interest rate.
6 presidency and introduced a new “Medicare-for-all” healthcare list this autumn with one third of the Senate’s Democratic Caucasus by his side.
However, the police have been widely criticized by Republicans – including President Donald Trump.
Earlier this month, Trump wrote an op-ed in the US today, where he said that “Medicare-for-all” should “eviscerate” Medicare.
“In practice, the Democratic Party’s so-called Medicare for All would really be Medicare for None,” wrote Trump in op-ed. “According to the Democrats plan, today’s Medicare would have to die.”
Sanders responded quickly with his own task in the US Today highlights the benefits of a payment insurance scheme.
“It would guarantee every customer could get the care they needed without getting into debt at a much lower cost than the current dysfunctional system,” he wrote.
Verma has previously expressed its opposition to moving to a “Medicare-for-all” system. In a speech on October 16, she called it a “bad idea” and pointed to her potential for a heavy price tag, which she said has been forecast to be “as high as 32 trillion dollars”.
“The reason people call for Medicare-for-All” is not because ACA has been working to correct what is a problem for our system, but because it has not, “Verma said in her prepared comments at a conference on Medicare, referring to the Affordable Care Act, the 2010 Health Care Act, commonly called Obamacare.
“But their solution is literally doing more of what’s not working. It’s like the man who has a pounding headache, who then takes a hammer in his head to make it go away, “she said.
] CNN’s Tami Luhby, Greg Krieg, Eli Watkins and Katie Lobosco contributed to this report.