Medicare, which provides healthcare benefits to millions of Americans, is set to become a bigger share of U.S. health care spending over the next decade as the U.K. and other countries try to implement universal healthcare.

Here’s what you need to know about the plans.

Read MoreThe government, the insurance industry and the pharmaceutical industry have all been pressing for a national plan to cover all Americans.

And they are calling for a Medicare replacement, with the plan to replace Medicare as the single-payer system.

President Donald Trump is pushing the plan and his aides are pushing the idea of a single-payer system.

But the public is still divided on the issue.

Some are saying the federal government should keep its own health care system, while others want a new, more private system that is more like the private system of the U,K., and other European countries.

Here’s what’s at stake: Medicare, a national health insurance program for the elderly, disabled and chronically ill, has been at the center of health care debates in recent years.

Medicare, along with Medicaid, provides medical and dental care, health insurance for working Americans, and some social security benefits to the working poor.

But it’s not a health care program for everyone.

Some states, including California, New York and Oregon, are proposing Medicare-like reforms to their state health care systems, such as making private insurance more affordable and setting up universal access to health care.

Other states are planning to adopt a single payer system, a system in which all Americans pay into a national government program that would provide healthcare coverage for everyone, and it would be overseen by the government.

There are two ways to do this: A federal government-run system, which many states are looking at, or a private system run by private companies.

The private system would be more like a hybrid of Medicare and Medicaid, with a public-private model that includes a national insurance plan.

Medicare and Medicaid are the two main components of Medicare, the U.,K., British system that covers the elderly and the chronically ill.

It was established by the federal health care law, the Affordable Care Act, and was created in 1965 to provide health care to all Americans and people with disabilities.

The program is the largest federal entitlement program in the world.

The government has an estimated $8.6 trillion in Medicare and $2.4 trillion in Medicaid.

But those programs are not part of the federal budget, so they don’t get the same share of government spending.

The main difference is that Medicaid and Medicare are funded in a variety of ways.

Medicaid is made up of the government’s Medicaid program, which covers the poor and the disabled.

It also includes private insurance, which is not part the federal program.

Medicare is paid by employers, Medicare Advantage plans, and other groups.

The federal government also covers some public hospitals, but these are not included in the Medicare program.

In the U.-K., the private health care market is largely run by the private companies Blue Cross Blue Shield of America and Aetna.

Both of these companies have contracts with the federal Department of Health and Human Services to provide private health insurance to workers.

But many states, like California, have proposed a Medicare-style plan, which would be run by a public entity.

This would be the biggest expansion of government control in U.N. health policy in decades, with all Americans covered by the national health care plan.

California’s plan would create a national program that will cover all people without a private insurance plan and would provide universal access, which means Medicare-type coverage for all Americans, regardless of income, age or health status.

Under this proposal, all Americans would be required to pay into the program, either through payroll taxes or a health savings account.

This could be a good idea, but it is not guaranteed.

Some states have suggested a system of income-based matching, where people who earn more than the poverty level would be eligible to participate.

But even though this would make health care more affordable for the working class, it would leave the rich and the poor without access to healthcare.

In a report to the U-K.

Parliament, a group of experts recommended expanding the use of health savings accounts, or HSAs, to pay for private insurance for the poor.

HSAs are also used by many wealthy Americans to pay their medical bills, including the pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Abbott Laboratories.

The HSAs proposed in California would be similar to what has been proposed by the American Medical Association and the American College of Cardiology.

The American College has also said that the HSAs proposal is better than nothing.

A Medicare-Like SystemUnder a Medicare plan, everyone would pay into Medicare, with everyone paying into a Medicare program that pays for health care for all.

The Medicare program would be administered by the Department of Defense.

Under a national Medicare plan like the one proposed by California, everyone who earns more