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It's Time to Add Your Voice

Since 1987, Physicians for a National Health Program has advocated for reform in the U.S. health care system. A large part of our work involves educating health professionals, and others, about the benefits of a single-payer system - including fewer administrative costs and providing comprehensive health insurance for all residents of the United States.



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PNHPWW August 16th Meeting Monthly Report

Discussion on Plans for a Candidate Forum
on Health Care in October



Introductions
 – Sherry Weinberg, President, PNHPWW – 17 attending

Coordinator’s Report – David McLanahan, Coordinator, PNHPWW
This has been a very active period as you can see from the list of past events. Notable were the several Congressional Representatives’ Town Halls where Medicare for All supporters carried signs, passed out leaflets and asked questions. There were many showings of “Now is the Time.” Meeting with Reps Smith and DelBene are planned before the end of August. Note the large rally on Saturday, August 19, in Olympia listed below.

In this time after the Republicans health care plans have been defeated, there is an opening for taking the offense on Improved Medicare for All. Bernie Sanders will likely introduce his single payer bill in the Senate in September. This movement forward has provoked attacks from centrist Democrats counseling that now is not the time for transformational change.
The arguments between the incremental and single payer now approaches are summarized very nicely by Don McCanne in is August 17 Quote of the Day with pieces by Woolhandler and Himmelstein and Ida Hellander. Also, well worth reading is Margaret Flowers’ article on this debate. Please read - we need to understand these arguments that will be very much in the daily conversations of progressive health care reform advocates.

Past Events:
July 16 - Quilicene, WA, - Now is the Time” film screening sponsored by Whole WA
July 18 - United for Single Payer meeting - discussed Town Hall Meeting actions.
July 22 - Congressional District 8 Town Hall event with Pramila Jayapal - invited by local CD8 constituents to speak in place of Rep. Reichert, who declined to hold a Town Hall.
July 23 - Port Townsend, WA - Now is the Time” screening - sponsored by Whole WA
July 24 – Millions March for Medicare - Jackson Federal Building. Charles Heaney and David McLanahan spoke for PNHPWW - See video.
July 30 - Arlington, WA - Now is the Time” screening, Medicare Birthday Celebration and Fundraiser sponsored by Whole WA;
August 6 - Seattle – Now is the Time” film screening House party and Fundraiser sponsored by Whole WA, 7pm. Charles Heaney and Simran Mand spoke for PNHPWW
August 8 – HCHR-WA meeting - Folders containing the toolkit for August Congressional recess were passed out. The information, much of it about Medicare for All is very useful for lobbying legislators and informing the general public. Tool kit and individual components can be downloaded here. Sherry Weinberg explained the WHST, using a very nice slideshow, and led the discussion. The slideshow may be downloaded from a link in the left-hand column on the pnhpwesternwashington.org web site.
August 8 - Vashon - “Now is the Time” film screening at Vashon Theatre, sponsored by PNHPWW, NeighborCare, and Backbone Campaign. Betty Capehart spoke for PNHPWW
August 8 - Port Angeles - Derek Kilmer Town Hall 
August 12 - Tukwila, WA - Adam Smith Town Hall
August 12 – Vancouver, WA
, Cascade Park Community Library - “Now is the Time” film screening  - sponsored by Whole WA
August 17 – Rally and Meeting at Sens. Murray and Cantwell’s offices, Jackson Federal Building, Seattle – sponsored by North Seattle Indivisible.

Future Events:
August 19 - Whole Washington rally for single payer in Olympia, Capital Building steps
, 11am - 2pm - Seth Armstrong will speak for PNHPWW and we will table.
August 22 - United for Single Payer meeting, 7:00pm – Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill, James SECC
September 20 - PNHPWW Monthly Meeting - 7:30pm, Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill, SECC Room – program TBA 
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Discussion on Plans for a Candidate Forum on Health Care in October
Among those attending were members of PNHPWW, HCFA-WA, Whole Washington, United for Single Payer, WA Protect Our Patients and Project Access NW. There was discussion about whether a forum for candidates for Mayor, City Council, and state LD’s would be productive, as though these local electeds do have to deal with local health issues, there isn’t much they can actually do to move the ball towards national or state single payer plans which is our main focus. There was consensus that even with a lot of work, we might not be able to attract a large enough audience, publicity, etc., to warrant our time and effort now.

Many felt that a better use of our time and resources would be to continue with supporting local health care reform events, such as we have done recently, and to begin plans for our spring PNHPWW Annual Public Meeting, where we can focus on a hot topic such as the incremental/single-payer-now debate, and finding well-known speakers that would attract a large audience.

Meanwhile, we will be contacting the League of Women Voters to see if they would be interested in holding a candidate forum focused on the issue of health care, that we could co-sponsor.



  • PNHPWW July 19th Monthly Meeting


    Millions Marching for Medicare for All

Phil Polizatto and Pam Dalan took the lead in organizing the Millions Marching for Medicare event Monday, July 24th at the Jackson Federal Building, in Seattle. Similar events that week, both to support Medicare and celebrate its 52nd Birthday on July 30th, were held across the country.
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PNHPWW June 21st Monthly Meeting

What can the City of Seattle do to help its uninsured?


Hisam Goueli, MD, spoke with us about his ideas of how the City of Seattle can develop a program to care for its uninsured.

PNHPWW June 21st Meeting - Monthly Report- Docx - PDF



PNHPWW Annual Public Meeting Weekend


The PNHPWW APM weekend events got high marks from the attendees. If you were unable to be there for the Saturday evening meeting at Kane Hall, you will appreciate the energy and enthusiasm generated by watching video of speakers George Lakey and Carol Paris, MD, PNHP President, and the panel discussion that included John Geyman, MD.  You can watch the event from start to finish including the greeting by Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal and the awarding of the John Geyman Health Justice Advocate Award to Don Mitchell, MD, Past-President of PNHPWW.

There is also a video of the Saturday morning radio interview of George Lakey by Mike McCormick of KEXP's "Mind Over Matters" that highlights George's remarkable history leading to lifelong commitment to nonviolent resistance as a proven, winning strategy for achieving social justice.

The takeaways from the weekend were the importance of building a "movement of movements" and having a strategy for going on the offense at this remarkable point in our nation's history.

The single payer activism workshop led by George and Bill Moyer of the Backbone Campaign attracted 30 participants. The spirit and energy in the room were palpable. Fortunately, video of the workshop will be available after editing is complete.

Special thanks to Mike McCormick of KEXP radio and his talkingsticktv.com for creating the media that will be available to others in our state and across the country.


Coming Events:

PNHPWW July 19th Monthly Meeting


 


 

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Still working to make our PNHPWW social media more useful. Please submit/share important info, articles, events to/on our Facebook site - https://www.facebook.com/pnhpww

PNHPWW YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx_TkWg9tFnCKGnO9F-iEeQ -

Two new national fight back coalitions:

1) HOPE - Health Over Profit for Everyonehttp://healthoverprofit.org; Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HealthOverProfit.org/; Twitter - https://twitter.com/H_O_P4E
Launched Feb 1st. focused on organizing for national SP legislation HR676. Initiated by Margaret Flowers, Kevin Zeese and others. New website with valuable information about advocacy and events. Will hold regular national conference calls starting Monday, February 13 at 9 pm Eastern/6 pm Pacific. These calls are open to everyone, but you must register to receive a number.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE CALL.

These calls will provide political updates, educate about National Improved Medicare for All, discuss strategy and plan actions to change the political culture in the United States so that NIMA is the only politically viable solution.
Schedule of calls:
Feb. 27 – Dr. Richard Bruno, topic to be announced.; March 13 – "Primary Care and Advocacy"
March 27 – "Speaking to Unlikely Supporters"

2) Campaign for Guaranteed Healthcare - launched on 1-26-17 by Healthcare-Now! – “a fight back coalition that will carry out a nationally-coordinated, large-scale and militant campaign to fight for single-payer healthcare”. https://campaignforguaranteedhealthcare.org

 




John Geyman's New Book is here!


















Just at the right time! John's new book looks at how, over the last 60 years, our health care system got to be where it is now - how it changed from a system devoted to patient care to one devoted to maximizing revenues. It then compares the three basic alternatives for health care rform currently being debated.

The book can be ordered from Copernicus Healthcare via Amazon here



Whole Washington
 is new single-payer organization in WA. It is “a grassroots coalition of healthcare profeDescription: escription: Macintosh HD:Users:davidmclanahan:Desktop:15740792_348620255523521_4391742141953985974_n.pngssionals, activists and organizers with a common belief that healthcare is a human right, and Washington should be doing more to provide the best level of care to all residents.” It is working on a ballot initiative to bring single-payer healthcare to Washington State. For info - https://wholewashington.org
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WholeWashington/



There are 15 Annual PNHP Meeting slideshows of the plenary presentations and workshops that you can review and use the information for local activities, presentations, LTE’s etc. You can see the list of slideshow topics with links to them by clicking here.

Suggested Reading : Health Reform in the Trump Era: A Big Step Back, But Possibilities for Bigger Steps Forward – Woolhandler and Himmelstein , Nov 16, 2016.


Defend health on the day Congress Votes to Repeal the ACA

PNHP and other organizations are in the planning stages for a national action on the day Congress votes to repeal the ACA. The actions being discussed would be held in front of health care institutions and clinics nationwide in support of health justice. The anticipated time frame would be towards the end of January. A Facebook page has been set up to help coordinate. You can follow and join the group here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/DefendHealth/

From the Facebook page:

Many in the health care community are appalled by the impending repeal of the ACA, and other aspects of the Trump agenda. The congressional repeal vote offers an important symbolic moment that could crystallize this sentiment in a public display of opposition and resistance by the health care community.

We envision events at health care institutions nationwide encompassing the spectrum of health care demands, notably:

1. Move forward from the ACA to universal coverage, not backwards through repeal.
2. Eradicate, rather than reinforce, the institutionalized racial discrimination that still mars our health care system.
3. Resist attacks on ethnic minorities, non-Christians and immigrants, and push to make health care institutions sanctuaries, assuring that information we collect to care for our patients is not used to harm them.
4. Defend and extend women's right to choose.
5. Defy the push to backtrack on LGBTQ rights.
6. Intensify, rather than abandon, efforts to reduce threats to the environment, especially climate change.




"Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point"

This powerful documentary that takes a look at how our health care system is damaging our economy, suffocating our businesses, discouraging physicians, and negatively impacting on the nation's health while remaining unaffordable for a third of US residents.

Film producer Richard Master, founder and owner of MCS industries, produced the film. He faces relentless annual cost increases to provide health insurance for his employees. "Fix It" is a result of his journey to find a solution to the dysfunctional US healthcare system.

You can watch the full movie for free here





Recent Literature of Note


10-Point Plan to Stop Trump and Make Gains in Justice and Equality
(word - PDF) - George Lakey

Rand Study - "A Comprehensive Assessment of Four Options for Financing Health Care Delivery in Oregon" - PDF

Washington Post article by PNHP’s Himmelstein and Woolhandler -  “Repealing the Affordable Care Act will kill more than 43,000 people annually - The impact of Republicans' war on Obamacare is likely to be worse than anyone expects”


The Public Option is Back - 
Don McCanne's Comments - Sept 16, 2016

Structural Racism and Supporting Black Lives — The Role of Health Professionals 
-  NEJM, October 12, 2016

Affordable Care Act: imploding and beyond repair - John Geyman. MD - The Hill, Oct 21, 2016



Physicians Proposal Released

The updated Physicans Proposal was released May 5th via the American Journal of Public Health. Several PNHP leaders were involved in the writing. More than 2,200 physicians have endorsed it so far, including 111 in Washington State. You can download the PNHP press release here The full text is available here and PNHP has released a Summary and Fact Sheet.

Statement by Steffie Woolhandler, M.D., M.P.H., on Physicians’ Proposal for Single-Payer Health Care, May 5, 2016

Long before Senator Sanders’ entered the presidential race, my colleagues and I – Dr. Gaffney, Dr. David Himmelstein, and Dr. Marcia Angell (the former editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine) – convened a blue ribbon panel of doctors to develop a plan that would fix the glaring problems that our patients continue to face despite the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Twenty-seven million Americans are still uninsured and that number is not expected to fall. Tens of millions with insurance face sky-high copayments and deductibles that would bankrupt them if they were seriously ill. And many more have narrow network plans that won’t cover care at top cancer hospitals or academic medical centers – even when they offer the best option for life saving care.

Meanwhile, profit-driven insurers and hospital chains increasingly dominate health care. And insurers’ growing demands for documentation wastes doctors and nurses time, and saps their morale. While these trends predated the ACA, the law fueled merger- mania, and added bureaucratic complexity and cost.

The alternative we developed (which has been endorsed by more than 2,200 physician colleagues) calls for radical change; a single-payer national health program.

Our plan would cover everyone for all medically necessary care, without copayments or deductibles. And it would guarantee Americans the right to choose any doctor or hospital.

Our nation can readily afford this if we replace today’s wasteful patchwork of insurance plans with a streamlined single-payer system. My colleagues and I have documented the enormous bureaucratic costs of the current system in research published in the most respected medical journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, the JAMA, The American Journal of Public Health and Health Affairs.

Today, private insurers take 12.3 percent of total premiums for their overhead; only 88 cents of every premium dollar reaches a doctor, hospital or pharmacy. And insurers inflict massive paperwork on doctors and hospitals, forcing them to spend one- quarter of their total revenues on billing and administration.

In contrast, insurance overhead is only 1.8 percent in Canada’s single-payer system, about the same as overhead in Medicare. And Canadian hospitals have administrative costs less than half those of their U.S. counterparts. That’s because Canadian hospitals are paid annual global budgets, like fire departments, instead of billing separately for each Band-Aid and aspirin tablet. And billing is simple and inexpensive for Canadian physicians.

Overall, a single payer would save between $400 billion and $500 billion annually by trimming administrative spending to Canadian levels. Moreover, as in other nations, the single payer could use its purchasing power to lower drug prices, saving tens of billions more each year. These savings could fully cover the new costs of the coverage expansions we propose, a conclusion in keeping with past estimates by the Government Accountability Office, the Congressional Budget Office, and private consulting groups (including one owned by UnitedHealthcare).

We have the resources needed to provide excellent care for all Americans; an abundance of hospitals and sophisticated equipment; superbly trained doctors and nurses; prodigious research output; and generous health care funding. Yet only thoroughgoing reform can realize the healing potential that is currently thwarted by our dysfunctional health care financing system.

Dr. Woolhandler is an internist in the Bronx, a professor of public health at the City University of New York at Hunter College, and a lecturer in medicine at Harvard Medical School, where she previously served as a professor of medicine. She co-founded Physicians for a National Health Program, a nonpartisan organization that advocates single-payer reform.







New Students for a National Health Program at University of Washington


 

Students for a National Health Program at the University of Washington (SNaHP-UW) brings the movement for universal healthcare through a national single-payer system to campus. SNaHP-UW seeks to educate and organize undergraduate and graduate students from health science, law, economics, political science, and beyond to add their voices to the growing chorus of healthcare professionals and students calling for healthcare for all.

The chapter's web page describes coming events

 



Video on Single Payer for Washington State

NEWLY UPDATED!

PNHPWW member Mark Hickling has produced a 12 minute video describing the US health care system and those of other developed nations in a down-to-earth way that we can use in our advocacy with friends and family. This video is great for opening a meeting or houseparty.

You can watch this on YouTube by clicking here or on the photo. If you'd like a DVD copy ($5 for materials and postage), send a request here.


Click to watch new short single payer video for Washington State



John Geyman's Latest Book

"Although many had high hopes for ObamaCare, as John Geyman shows us the human faces, we realize that reform fell too short for too many. He shows us not only those human faces but also the pained face of health care justice. He provides us with an understanding of what is wrong with our system, and then describes options for the future. He encourages us all to participate in the reform dialogue so that we can finally get this right. "The Human Face of ObamaCare" is a great place to start." --- Don McCanne, MD


John's most recent previous books How Obamacare is Unsustainable - Why we need a Single-Payer Solution for All Americans documents where the ACA fails and the fix we need. Health Care Wars - How Market Ideology and Corporate Power Are Killing Amercians examines how our market-based system benefits the 1% at the grave expense and suffering of the 99%. "Breaking Point - How the Primary Care Crisis Endangers the Lives of Americans" documents the crisis in primary care in the US and what we must do about it.
John's Web Site


 

For the latest news on health reform legislation - check PNHP articles of interest and opinion - or research a topic by clicking on the Google Custom Search image below:




The PNHPWW Lending Library

We are in the process of building a lending library with members' and supporters' books and DVD's. If you are willing to lend one or more of your books or DVD's, please send the title and author to pnhp.westernwashington@comcat.net. We will guarantee your book will be replaced, if lost. To review the books - click on the shelf image

 
If you would like to borrow a book, you will can pick it up at a monthly meeting or pay for postage. Order it through the link on the library pages"

 

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Recent Opinion and Information

"Fixing Obamacare: Move to Single Payer" - Joe Martin - Seattle Times LTE - 4-2-15
“What Happened in Vermont: Implications of the Pullback from Single Payer”
- Steffie Woolhandler, MD, and David Himmelstein, MD, -Jan, 2015
“Lesson On The Struggle For Health Care As A Human Right: What happened in Vermont where a so-called single payer proposal died?”- Margaret Flowers, MD, in Populare Resistance, Jan 2015
Backgrounder on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Healthcare - Margaret Flowers, MD
Stephen Kemble, MD - The Business Case for Single Payer - March, 2014 Powerpoint
Dr. Arnold Relman, Outspoken Medical Editor, dies at 91"
- New York Times obituary
Health Care for All Oregon Speakers Resources -
Powerpoints, Tips, References, Logistics, Friedman & other videos
Why Oncologists Should Support Singe-Payer National Healthy Insurance -
Ray E. Dragon, MD and Lawrence H. Einhorn, MD
10 Things Unions Need to Look Out for When Bargaining Under Obamacare -
Labor Campaign for Single Payer Healthcare
A Perspective on the Relationship between State and National Single Payer Work.doc - Steffie Woolhandler and David Himmelstein- PDF
Obstacles to State Based Reform: Vermont - slideshow - Dr. Marvin Malek
Immigrants and the Human Right to Health Care
- National Economics and Social Rights Initiative
People of Color and the Human Right to Health Care
- National Economics and Social Rights Initiative
Women and the Human Right to Health Care
- National Economics and Social Rights Initiative
Obamacare and the New Deal
- Michael Lind, Comment Don McCanne
What Kind of a Problem is the ACA Rollout for Liberalism
- Michael Konczal
Strategy and Creativity for Grassroots Power (video)
- Bill Moyer, Backbone Campaign
A close look at ACA Exchanges
-Paul Criag Roberts
Funding HR 676: The Expanded and Improved Medicare for All Act - How we can afford a national single-payer plan
- Gerald Friedman, Phd
Peter Bohmer's notes on Social Movements - Word.doc - PDF
Roadmap to State Single Payer - Public Citizen
ACA vs Single Payer - Accessibility, Affordability, Cost Control -
PNHPWW
Real Danger of Obamacare: Insurance Company Takeover of Medicine - Nomi Prins
Some thoughts on What's Ahead - Drs. Steffie Woolhandler and David Himmelstein
It's Time for Single Payer
- Dr. James C. Mitchiner
Will Pay for Performance Backfire?; Insights from Behavioral Economics - Woolhandler and Ariely
Medicare Overpayments to Private Plans, 1985 - 2012
- Hellander. Woolhandler, Himmelstein
The Nuts and Bolts of Medicare Premium Support Proposals
- Kaiser Foundation
Committee Responsibilities
- Health Care for All Oregon
Minnesota Single Payer Economic Study
- The Lewin Group
Funding a National Single-Payer System - Gerald Friedman - Prof Economics, U. of Massachusetts-Amherst
"Occupy" and US Health Care - Dr. Mary Obrien
The Wyden-Ryan Plan: Deja-vu All Over Again
- Uwe Reinhart
Sustaining the Movement for the 99%
- Steering Committee of the Labor Campaign for Single-Payer
A Difficult Pill to Swallow
- Margaret Flowers, MD
Privatize Medicare? No Thanks! - Dr. James Mitchner
Why won't Corporate America Support Single Payer Medicare for All - Mark Dudzic
Ryan turns Knife on Medicare, Medicaid - Dr. Margaret Flowers
Pay Much Attention to the Insurers Behind the Curtain - Wendell Potter
Medicare for All is the Solution - Robert Reich
Stop the Bipartisan Assault on Medicare - Support the People - Claudia Chaufan
What Happened to Social Justice in Health Care Reform? - Arthur Sutherland


PNHP's Slideshows - Updated November, 2015

These slides are the latest sets from the PNHP Annual Meeting in San Francisco. The classic sets have been updated. Pick and chose to design slide shows for various audiences and presentation settings.

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Margaret Flower's "Single Payer Basics and the Effect of P-PACA"


 



John Geymajohnn, MD, is Professor Emeritus of Family Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle. He has spent 25 years in academic family medicine. He is Past President of Physicians for National Health Program (PNHP) and a PNHPWW Board member. John has now written 10 books that are indespensible for understanding the roots of our health care crisis, its current condition, and what must be done to achieve a just and sustainable replacement.

Health Care Wars - How Market Ideology and Corporate Power Are Killing Amercians examines how our market-based system benefits the 1% at the grave expense and suffering of the 99%. As described by Ralph Nader:

"Dr. John Geyman's Health Care Wars is a tour de force—replete with facts that are organized for reader understanding and civic arousal. Citing irrefutable evidence from unrebutted studies, in properly enraging detail about lost lives and plundered family budgets, Dr. Geyman lays down the steps needed to replace corporatized, wasteful, corrupt health sales with full Medicare for all, containing incentives for prevention, cost control and the rise of honest, competent health care as if people matter first.
.... Health Care Wars is a remarkably comprehensive, contextual and action-driven book with some marvelously insightful cartoons which show that in humor there it truth."

Health Care Wars
ISBN 978-0-9837734-8-1
228 Pages / $18.95
Available through amazon.com


John's most recent previous books Health Care Wars - How Market Ideology and Corporate Power Are Killing Amercians examines how our market-based system benefits the 1% at the grave expense and suffering of the 99%. "Breaking Point - How the Primary Care Crisis Endangers the Lives of Americans" documents the crisis in primary care in the US and what we must do about it.
John's Web Site



 
 
 
 



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*Join the Campaign to Pass HR 676 and HR 1200
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*Lobby your members of Congress
Tell your representatives that you support HR 676 and HR 1200 and they should too. You can use this email form or - better yet - call their office

*Write an Op-Ed or Letter to the Editor
You can find tips, templates and examples by clicking here

*Speak out about the single-payer solution
Educate yourself about single-payer using the resources & materials -here and here. Bring materials and talk to your church, labor, community or other group about the singlepayer solution.


 
 

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