You can read the article for all the details. As I stated earlier today, in another thread, every major programs faces a gauntlet of compromise before it gets passed, and tweaking to get it to work properly after it gets passed. But as a bunch of countries proved ages ago, this can work, and improve national health care stats.
"Add all this up and Warren’s team projects national health expenditures of $52 trillion over 10 years — exactly what’s projected in the absence of single-payer. Therefore, Berwick and Johnson conclude, Warren’s proposal would “cover every single resident of the U.S. with much more generous coverage and virtually no cost-sharing at a total cost just under the amount the U.S. is currently set to spend on health care under our existing system.”
https://www.vox.com/2019/11/1/20942587/ ... -explained