Editorial Reviews for Medicare Meltdown: How Wall Street and Washington Are Ruining Medicare, and How To Fix It by Rosemary Gibson and Janardan Prasad Singh

“…Bolsters the case we have been making that Medicare must be preserved and strengthened… without shifting costs to seniors who are already paying a large share of their modest incomes for health care.”   — Max Richtman, president and CEO, National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare

“A thoughtful contribution to the debate surrounding the future of Medicare.” — Bernie Sanders, U.S. Senator”Rarely have I felt as justified in supporting a book. Any person who cares about American public life, politics or their own personal well-being should closely read this book. ” —

Amitai Etzioni, former Senior White House Advisor”A riveting read, this eyebrow raising and pupil dilating book frames ‘entitlement’ in a new light and uncovers some inconvenient truths.” —

(Jennie Chin Hansen, CEO, American Geriatrics Society”The most powerful analysis of Medicare I have seen in my career. ” —

Jean E. Johnson, dean, School of Nursing, The George Washington University”Courageous authors like Rosemary Gibson and Janardan Prasad Singh are shining a spotlight on how Wall Street and the health care industry’s sense of entitlement are contributing to the financial meltdown of Medicare.” —

Randy Block, Gray Panthers National Board”After exposing the hidden impact of medical errors, Rosemary Gibson and Janardan Prasad Singh take on financial and political intrigues in the Medicare program. Medicare Meltdown is a lively polemic, leaving no prisoners in a provocative exposé of the $600 billion Medicare program.” —

(Kip Piper, president, Health Results Group, LLC

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