Did it ever occur that America being one of the richest nations, yet fail to deliver proper health care system? The reason why many Americans around us are dying due to the cause of not having health care, because they simply don’t have any kind of health insurance. Now in 2016, there is an altercation of new presidency election candidate Senator Bernie Sanders trying to reform to expand medicaid, even further, by introducing the single payer health care option to all uninsured citizens. With the development of a better health insurance, living standards can improve, health care will be more affordable, and the mortality annually should decrease; therefore, it should be given to every citizens. Buerhaus from Economics of Health Care and Nursing mentioned “Single
This is a situation where all citizens are protected from financial costs in health care. It is recognized around the globe as it provides a specific package of benefits to all citizens in the entire nation. For instance, free health care can result to improved health outcomes. In addition, it provides financial risk protection and an improved access to health services. There is an increasing debate on how citizen should be provided with free medical services.
Less students will want to pursue a profession in the medical field. Healthcare is going to cost America billions of dollars and people will go to the doctors for minor illnesses which will lessen the time doctors have for serious patients. First, mandatory Health Insurance is not something I agree with nor do the majority of Americans. 67% of Americans describe the US healthcare as being in a state of crisis or having major problems. Most of them believe in personal responsibility and freedom of choice.
In some ways if the Universal Health Care system was put into place it would help this county in so many different ways and we could look after other issue this country faces. All though solving this issue would hurt the medical field tremendously, cures would be slower to develop, prosthetics would not increase in efficient, and all around medical studies and developments would almost cease to happen. All because the medical field would not have enough money to support all this as with a traditional Health Care system. It would take private investors to finance the research and development or they would not have enough money to support their selves on their own “two feet” as they say. In a way this country needs a Health Care system that meets in the middle and helps the people in need of care without charging an arm and a leg, and for the medical field to have enough money to support all their future and current developments.
Companies offered health coverage to their employers but certain laws prevented them from giving some benefits, forcing them into something that is called a one sized fit's all system. Basically like a waiting list. The problem with the one sized fit all system is that healthcare is just simply too large and complexed to manage at a government level. This is a system the government created that they cannot fix. The charge of Obama care would dump 60 million workers into the laws state and federal insurance exchanges which lead to the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
They have questioned the tastefulness of new books and movies about Hitler, and again demonized such icons of Nazism as Leni Riefenstahl. Is this perhaps a displacement of American anxiety onto the safer European scene, liberal intellectuals here not wanting to confront the troubling truth? The pace of events in the last year has been almost as blindingly fast as it was after Hitler's Machtergreifung and the consolidation of fascist power in 1933. Speed stuns and silences. The proposed Iraqi adventure, which is only the first step in a more ambitious militarist agenda, has been opposed by the most conservative warmongers of past administrations.
Theodore Roosevelt was the first president to support a national insurance plan; however he felt it was not the government’s place to to mandate reforms (Matusiak). The American Association of Labor led a campaign for national insurance in 1906 (matusiak). This fell through because of the lack of support. Theodore Roosevelt’s distant cousin, Franklin Roosevelt was the next president to support a universal health care plan, but ran into other obstacles such as new deal and WWII instead of passing a national health care bill. The next president, Harry Truman believed so strongly in a universal health care plan that it became the main topic of debate of national politics (Matusiak).
There are many people today who do not like the idea of universal health care and refuse to get it. America is known for having the best medical physicians and people are afraid that it will change drastically if we all share one universal health care plan. Also, if the insurance were to decrease in the universal health plan then taxes should skyrocket and therefore the money that is being saved will end up being used for taxes. According to “Should the Government Provide Free Universal Healthcare for All Americans?” Joe Messerli says that “The government must pay for this somehow” (Messerli). I agree with this because the government will need the money to fund for this universal health care plan.
Having health care rights could demolish this nations foundations. This is true because all that would be changing is more people would be more diversity, more taxes, more debt, and more stress. America won’t be getting any benefits from that, only catastrophe. Diversity will increase because while everyone gets the same amount of care some people will pay more and cheat their way to get the best care. Added taxes will happen so the government has money to pay to the hospitals and their workers.
After failed attempts by President Wilson to negotiate peace talks among the warring parties and the Germans refusal to stop their submarine warfare; the U.S. entered the Great War in 1917. This would have been put off longer, but the Germans were interfering with the U.S. commercial shipping. The U.S. had joined Britain, France, Canada, Russia, and Belgium in the fight against Germany, Turkey, Bulgaria and Austria-Hungary. The Germans finally conceded to cease fighting and begin peace talks in November of 1918. The Treaty of Versailles was conceived (2).