Cleveland Clinic CEO on Obamacare, reducing healthcare costs

With more than 43,000 people, the world-famous Cleveland Clinic is the city's largest employer. It has been ranked America's No. 1 heart hospital for 21 straight years, and overall, it is among the nation's five best hospitals. Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove, a cardiac surgeon and decorated war veteran who joined the hospital 41 years ago, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Obamacare and how to bring the cost of healthcare down.

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Covid-19 showed the US how it could make universal healthcare work

The US has always relied heavily on private insurance to cover its citizens.

As of 2019, roughly two thirds of Americans with healthcare (about 90% of the population) got it through a private company. The remaining third used public coverage like Medicare, Medicaid, and tax credits for private insurance through the Affordable Care Act. It’s not a perfect system by a long stretch: Even those with insurance encounter debilitating medical bills due to the exorbitant, variable ...

Covid-19 showed the US how it could make universal healthcare work

The US has always relied heavily on private insurance to cover its citizens.

As of 2019, roughly two thirds of Americans with healthcare (about 90% of the population) got it through a private company. The remaining third used public coverage like Medicare, Medicaid, and tax credits for private insurance through the Affordable Care Act. It’s not a perfect system by a long stretch: Even those with insurance encounter debilitating medical bills due to the exorbitant, variable ...