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Health Care for All


The national single-payer movement is the movement to get Improved Medicare for All via single-payer health care.

The short-term goal is Health Care Access for All.
That primarily means that there will be no financial barriers to getting care.

The ultimate goal is Good Health for All.


  • Health Care Access

    • We need to get …
      • The Law — We need to get the U.S. Congress and the U.S. President to establish non-profit financing of health care: Improved Medicare for All via single-payer health care.
      • Our Cards — We will then get the resulting health insurance cards into the hands of all of us.
    • Then we will then need to work for …
      • Maintenance of the Improvement.
      • Ongoing efforts will help ensure that the United States does not backslide on this critical accomplishment.
        • Single-payer must be “accountable to the people” and “insulated from the Legislature.”1
        • The public agency that does the functions of the single-payer must remain independent of the normal day-to-day decision-making in the U.S. Congress and, therefore, independent of those thousands of lobbyists and companies who work hard every day to influence the U.S. Congress.
  • Good Health for All

    • Health Care for All “is only the first step towards a larger goal: good health for all.” 2
      • Expanded and improved education for prevention of diseases via healthy habits
      • Testing for early detection and doing early intervention regarding diseases
      • Taking practical action steps in our society to “put prevention into America.” 3

More About the Movement

Bible of the Single-Payer Movement

Many people consider the “bible” of the movement to be the book “Health Care Meltdown” by Bob LeBow, to whom this website and campaign are dedicated. Bob’s book refers to “health care for all” throughout his book.

Our Campaign

As far as the Million Letters for Health Care campaign is concerned, our primary needs are to inform Americans and get interested Americans to sign up. Those two actions will help get the necessary strong support in the U.S. House and U.S. Senate to get the legislation passed.


“We must form a (single-payer) movement that matches Martin Luther King’s movement for civil liberties.”

– by Tammy Baldwin, long-term H.R. 676 cosponsor, as seen in the H.R. 676 History.


  1. “Health Care Meltdown* by Robert H. LeBow, MD, which is revised and updated by C. Rocky White, MD. for the 2007 edition; p. 271. back

  2. Ibid., pp. 250. back

  3. Ibid., pp. 238-239. back

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