Analysis of the health policy positions of the presidential candidates to assist Americans in making informed choices
Health Care in the 2020 Presidential Election
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Patients are paying more for their prescription drugs when they go to the pharmacy, and Americans are paying higher prices for drugs than patients in other countries.
Health insurance coverage and affordability approaches of President Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden.
In their health care proposals, both Trump and Biden focus on reducing prices for those with commercial health insurance by tackling inefficiencies in the market.
Older Americans traditionally make up the biggest U.S. voting bloc, and the number of people 65 and older has grown more than 30 percent in the past decade.
Health Care in the 2020 Presidential Election: Equity — Ensuring Protections for People of Color, Immigrants, and LGBTQ Communities
Outline of each presidential candidate’s approach to addressing the long-standing inequities in the U.S. health care system.
The Trump administration supports repeal of the Affordable Care Act, which made significant strides in expanding mental health coverage.
In the final installment of our Health Care in the 2020 Presidential Election series, the Commonwealth Fund’s David Blumenthal, M.D., and Elizabeth Fowler summarize the profound differences between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden’s approaches to health care.