Health Care: A Nation in Crisis

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The United States of America is current facing a financial crisis of biblical proportions. The central to this crisis is the catalyst of health care costs. Most American’s spend over half of their yearly income on their health. Only a tenth of the nation’s population has health insurance and a chronic or prolonged illness can and does bankrupt people. Without a plan for the salvation of the national, as well as the citizen’s economic wellbeing, we all will go bankrupt. It will take the entire leadership of this nation, along with individual efforts is needed to prevent this catastrophe from coming to true. President Baraka H. Obama, along with the 111th United States Congress enacted, “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act”, in to the federal statute on March 23, 2010. The law, along with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010, is a product of the health care reform agenda of the Obama administration, thereby taking healthcare into the socialistic dominion. An assessment of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and their Commonwealth nations Socialistic health care systems with their long wait time and poor quality of care. Although health care cost are bankrupting individuals, private and governmental organizations in its current forms, more governmental control is not the answer. (Agency 2011 Triffer eta 522,) The current path of health care is objectionable and will lead to ruin, so we have two choices for the future of the United State’s economic health: increase government involvement in the health care system or de-regulate. By de-regulating the American health care system, you will thereby return it to a Pre-New Deal, true Free Market operating market system where we can invit... ... middle of paper ... ...’s Impact Continues.” Health Affairs 3(2010):522. Burton, L.W., & McDonald, D. (2008). The language of argument (12th ed.). Boston: Houghton. Burton, Larry, and Daniel McDonald. The Language of Argument,12th ed. Boston: Houghton. 2008. Print Hult, C.A. & Huckin, T.N. (2011). The new century handbook (5th ed.). New York: Pearson. Hult, Christine, and Thomas Huckin. The New Century Handbook, 5th ed. Boston: Longman, 2011. Print Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (2011) Data Sources Available from AHRQ. U.S. Departemnt of Health & Human Services. Web. 14 Jul. 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (2011) Data Sources Available from AHRQ. U.S. Departemnt of Health & Human Services. Moncur, Michael. (2010). The Quotations Page . The Quotations Page. Web. Retrieved July 14, 2011 Moncur, Michael. (2010). The Quotations Page . The Quotations Page
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