There is an increasing debate on how citizen should be provided with free medical services. Although United State does not permit free health care services it should have free health care for all citizens. This is due to the fact that healthcare is the largest industry in United State. Due to the fact that United State is a rich country, it should have a healthcare system that provides free services such as treatment for its entire citizen. This will play a significant role, as it will stop medical bankruptcies in... ... middle of paper ... ...al for every American citizen to be entitled for free health care services.
To defend against the long lines caused by the previous law, another law could be written that would require everyone to have scheduled appointments. This could lead to a law requirin... ... middle of paper ... ...essary documentation would multiply if every patient was sponsored by the government. Since time is spent on filling out forms, time with patients is lost. Ultimately, the time spent on government regulation will lead to a loss in quantity of healthcare, the lack of doctor’s benefits will lead to a loss in quality of healthcare, and the unqualified legislators will lead to a loss of organized healthcare. Even though there is an emotional appeal to have federally funded health care, the consequences of changing are far too risky.
Recently President Obama has enacted new Health Care Reforms requiring everyone to have some form of insurance. Many citizens have a problem with being forced to buy insurance that is to expensive; or finding insurance policies that are affordable monthly, but the copays are too expensive to ever be able to use their policies. There is also the issue of some people do not believe in western medicine and have other practices of healing. I feel that it is unfair to make people finically or morally burdened by forcing them to buy health insurance. I know many people who would rather pay a fine than be forced into something they do not want or cannot afford.
Currently there are not enough doctors to competently watch over American health. Many ways exist to increase the supply of doctors, not one of them will field competent physicians. The reason health care is so expensive is directly related to the liability of doctors. With public health care on the horizon, doctors will be overwhelmed with the amount of care required to provide. The only solution will be to increase the supply of docto... ... middle of paper ... ...little Everyone wants to have the highest quality of living at the lows cost to themselves.
Health care is one of the biggest issue in the United State, and it is on going problem. The fact that Medical treatements are very expensive, Citizen's need a health insurance that doesn't cost a lot and covers well. The Government offers free care for elders, disable, and the under ages in households that make income bellow the poverty level, and employers cover workers with affordable cost, The rest are stuck with private cares, which have their own prices. The Government should be involved with price increasing to health care. Rising the cost of health care would effect the nation in variety ways, but it would be more punishment if it was controlled by individuals .
But they actually do not know how it works because they had have some problems with their insurance. Health care reform is needed because, the price of health care are tremendous impact on a lot of families, businesses and the economies. Over the last decade americans have been spending more and more on healthcare while receiving less and less. The average of americans has a lot to gain and little to lose, while those that make more including larger firms and consequently their employees, may notice negative financial effects. While some groups benefit more than others, all americans will benefit from the new rights and protection.
Perceptions that h... ... middle of paper ... ...paper could greatly influence someone to try to make a change to where we could award health insurance to everyone. I’ve learned that sometimes people can’t afford insurance but, other times it is the insurance companies who are not providing enough insurance and want an outrageous price for something that will barely cover you. Employer based systems are something that should definitely be taken in account when a company is try to provide insurance to its employees because it is a great system that can help more people in this country get insurance. Helping to find a way to make health insurance affordable and effective for many people is a great way for someone to make a difference in this world. It’s a great civic engagement thing to try and help.
Because of these out-of-control health care costs, there has been a steep rise in the number of uninsured Americans. Currently, more than 45 million Americans lack any form of health insurance, and millions more have insurance, but lack adequate financial protection from health care costs. Many in the USA believe that a universal health care system would bring about changes that would improve the quality of life for everyone, but my purpose for writing this essay was not to make mind-blowing suggesting on how to create a universal health care system that is accessible across all the United States. That I will leave for the policy experts to figure out. My goal here was to simply show why this is a public issue and why it is so important that we pay close attention to the conversation about a universal health care system in the US because it really does, affect every one
More than one-third of Americans who are between the ages of nineteen and twenty-four are uninsured. This is because most insurance is provided through a person’s job, and entry-level jobs which isn 't available for all young students. In addition, healthcare costs are currently rising faster than inflation, which means that salary increases cannot compensate for the higher prices of health care. Government regulation and a universal system could help keep costs affordable. A universal system would guarantee that everyone could receive health care regardless of preexisting conditions.
The affordable health-care act, much more commonly known as Obamacare was designed to provide insurance to a large amount of Americans, who would otherwise be uninsured. However it has been a major issue since being created. Americans should have their own choice on health insurance because Obamacare is failing tremendously. The cost, low quality, and the rights are just a few of the main issues with the act. For people who were happy about the law, there was a realization that they would soon be able to have health insurance and could not be rejected due to having pre-existing conditions, leaving them no longer struggling with medical bills if something unexpected were to happen.