The major Democratic contenders endorse some form of Medicare for all. Here are the current legislative bills:
Opposite of Medicare for All = Medicare for fewer.
According to the bipartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget:
President Trump’s Fiscal Year 2020 Budget (released in March, 2019) reduces Medicare spending by an additional $515-$575 billion dollars. Recall during the campaign, he promised not to touch Medicare.
o Central Kansas Medical Center (Great Bend, KS)
o Horton Community Hospital KS
o Mercy Hospital Fort Scott KS
o Mercy Hospital Independence KS
o Oswego Community Hospital KS
o Parkland Health Center-Weber Road (Farmington, MO)
o Sac-Osage Hospital (Osceola, MO)
o Southeast Health Center of Reynolds County (Ellington, MO)
o Southeast Health Center of Ripley County (Doniphan, MO)
o Twin Rivers Regional Medical Center (Kennett, MO)
There are no current estimates about how many additional closures we can expect with this Trump budget, but about 30% of rural hospitals in Kansas are at risk.