We invite you to join us for our Maryland Chapter dinner on Thursday, April 6th at 6:30 PM in support of Healthcare is a Human Right Maryland
Our speaker is Carol Paris, M.D. Dr. Paris is the current president of PNHP. She is a retired psychiatrist who practiced in Southern Maryland. A long-time advocate for single payer, she was one of the Baucus Eight. She continues to bring her energy and her sense of humor to the struggle for National Improved Medicare for All (NIMA).
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MARYLAND ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY
"Financing the Maryland Health Security Act"
By Gerald Friedman, Ph.D.
Highlights: 24.4% savings possible in current system.
Overall single-payer system in Maryland would save 15%.
Dr. Quentin Young, national coordinator of Physicians for a National Health Program, writes "Dr. Carol Paris, a distinguished psychiatrist and a valued colleague in the campaign for single-payer national health insurance, an improved Medicare for all, has written an elegant parody that is really quite serious: the mental impact of private, for-profit insurance companies on our nation's patients and providers/physicians."
Doctors and other advocates of a national single-payer health system - also known as an improved Medicare for All - directly confronted senators at a Senate Finance Committee “roundtable” on health reform today.
The Maryland chapter of PNHP has launched the ‘Healthcare is a Human Right! campaign in collaboration with Healthcare-Now! Maryland. We seek a publicly funded healthcare system based on the human rights principles of universality, equity in access, equity in funding, accountability, transparency and the establishment of healthcare as a public good. In other words, single-payer.
By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun
The idea of a single-payer health care system was lost in the debate over the much-amended national health care reform passed by Congress last year, but three Howard County delegates are co-sponsors of legislation in this year’s General Assembly that seeks to bring the idea to fruition in the Free State.
MD PNHP is looking for speakers and writers to join this important cause.
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Where Is My National Health Insurance Card?
PNHP Maryland now has a speaker's bureau and we are available for grand rounds, conferences and meeting with faith and community groups to talk about single payer and health care reform. If you are intrested in arranging a speaker, please email email@example.com.
PNHP Members in the news
What about single-payer?
By James F. Burdick | The Baltimore Sun
Single-payer health care pushed for Maryland
By Larry Carson | The Baltimore Sun
Diagnostic Criteria for PIISD – Private Insurance Induced Stress Disorder
By Carol A. Paris, MD | Psychiatric Time
Formerly Maryland Universal Health Care Network