Universal Healthcare in America
Professor Sonya Beard
Title of Presentation: Universal Healthcare in America
Name of Presenter: Tanya Crockett
Description of Business Audience: My paper will analyze the benefits of providing free healthcare in America. The paper will provide a clear illustration on how we can eliminate some of these deadly illnesses by providing equal healthcare. Thesis: Free Healthcare in America would be equal medical care to all Americans. Introduction: Universal Healthcare is a system that has found success in Canada and several other countries. With a free healthcare system in place, no would be turned down or away because of their inability to pay for services. Some people would say that Universal Healthcare would be effective, because it will help to keep the overall medical cost down. While others believe it to be ineffective, because of the quality of services provided, and tax hikes it will cause tax payers.
I. The advantages of free healthcare ("Pros of free," 1999)
A. Less sickness
B. Cut down on contamination of various diseases
C. Savage lives of terminally ill people
D. Equal healthcare coverage across the board
II. The disadvantages of free healthcare (Ireland, 2011)
A. Would all medical services be available?
B. Long lines to be seen and poor healthcare service provided by physicians C. Tax increase
III. Economy Financial Adjustment (Messerli, 2011)
A. Benefits Analyst loss of jobs
B. Jobs Eliminations
IV. Conclusion- The United States is the only wealthy and industrialized country that does not provide universal health care, however, does have a publicly funded government health care program for the elderly, disabled, military service, and veterans. There are many advantages and disadvantages to the free healthcare system.
Ireland, J. (2011, April 11). Pros and cons of free universal health care....
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