Health Care for All Campaign


 Quality, Affordable Health Care for All

AMSA believes that everyone should have access to quality, affordable health care.

AMSA Supports Medicare for All

Learn the Facts

The U.S. now spends $3.5 trillion a year on health care, that’s over $10,000 per person per year — We can do better!

Medicare for All would:

  • Guarantee Quality, Equitable, Sustainable, & Affordable Health Care All
  • Relieve employers from the burden of providing health insurance
  • Provide coverage for all regardless of workplace changes
  • Harness our Federal Government’s Negotiating Power to Bring Down Prices
  • Reduce Administrative Waste, Overtreatment & Unnecessary Care
  • Cover All Necessary Medical Care & Expand Coverage to Include Dental, Vision & Long-term Care

    Take Action to Support Medicare for All

    Call on Congress to Support Medicare for All

    Think Nationally, Act Locally

      Learn More About Medicare for All

      Download AMSA’s Health Care Week of Action – April 2019 – Tool & Resources to Support Medicare for All

      Sanders, 14 Senators Introduce Medicare for All

      Jayapal, Dingell and more than 100 Co-Sponsors Introduce Medicare For All Act of 2019

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      Additional Student Resources
      These presentations highlight the major points of the primers that AMSA has written about universal health care. All presentations are annotated, so feel free to use these presentations to educate others. Please give full credit to AMSA, especially if you alter the slides.

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      Learn More

      The issue of universal health care is complex. AMSA has developed a wide range of reader-friendly materials to help educate you about universal health care.
      Why Universal Health Care Is Important
      The Case for Universal Health Care
      Who Are the Uninsured?

      Strategies to Increase Health Care Access

      International Health Care Systems

      Leadership
      View the current Chairs on AMSA’s National Leadership page.