Meta-study: U.S. Single-payer Healthcare System Would Reduce Costs

A meta-study of 22 studies examining the potential affects of a single-payer healthcare system on the U.S. economy has shown healthcare spending would fall under the system. Nineteen of the studies found that spending would fall in the first year, and all twenty-two studies found spending would fall in the long term. The majority of savings were predicted to come from simplified billing and lower … Continue reading Meta-study: U.S. Single-payer Healthcare System Would Reduce Costs

Transitioning to Completely Green Economy Would Pay For Itself in Seven Years, Create Jobs Study Finds

The study conducted by a Standford University professor study finds transitioning to 100% green economy would save $11 trillion a year, cost $73 trillion up-front. There would also be a net increase of 28.6 million more jobs. Continue reading Transitioning to Completely Green Economy Would Pay For Itself in Seven Years, Create Jobs Study Finds