May 2, 2013
The Future of Healthcare Delivery in The United States
The United States should have Universal Health Care. Having mandatory Health Care is a step closer to Universal Health Care. I truly believe Universal Health Care is heading our direction in the United States. In 2014, U. S citizen will need to get Health Care insurance or else we will get penalized. Most middle class families cannot afford insurance premiums for Health Care, so that is when government will step in toward Universal Health Care. Universal Health Care will always be a government decisions as to where the funding would come from, but the end result would fairer than the system we currently have where only a few can afford health care. United States is the only developed nation that does not have a structured Universal Health Care system. Health Care should be available to everyone and I know that one day the United State will be Universal Health Care. Overall, if the U.S were to engage in the Universal Health Care system this may overall be less abuse that transpires in the Emergency rooms due to people who are uninsured and under uninsured. Secondly, if people are seeking regular physicals and treatments the overall costs should balance out. There are over 45 million people in the U.S who do not have health coverage. This will soon change in 2014 and I truly believe that we will have a Universal Health Care System. The first is finding ways to insure every American, which will soon happen in 2014 but at the same time foreclosures and job losses, the last worry anyone needs is whether they can get thoughtful care with appropriate follow-up and etc. Obama’s Affordable Act might solve our problems but I don’t think it will solve it right away. We have nearly more than 100 problems and to fix everything at once might not be possible. With our population growing, I think the day will come, where all of our population has insurance coverage and easy access to healthcare. I...
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