Enacting a National Healthcare Insurance Program
By enacting a national healthcare insurance program low-income families, and elderly people will be able to receive medical care, medical supplies, and prevent diseases at little or no cost to them. The cost of medical care continues to climb, making it difficult for individuals to pay for health insurance. For instance, low-income families and the elderly, are faced with choosing between paying a mortage bill, food, and health insurance on a fixed income. Enacting a national healthcare insurance program will help relieve stress and allow people to get the medical care that they deserve. In addition, enacting a national healthcare insurance program would encourage individuals to get frequent check-ups for detection of any diseases, and allow them to seek therapheuic counseling for any prognosis.
One benefit of enacting a national healthcare insurance program for low-income families who struggle with the present economical changes, allows each family member to receive medical care that is affordable at little or no cost. Low-income families who are unemployed or live pay check to pay check without healthcare insurance, go without medical treatment and over time can become fatal. Low-income families may be able to afford healthcare insurance through their job, and by enacting a national healthcare insurance program it gives them options of choosing their own medical treatment.
Another benefit of enacting a national healthcare insurance program for elderly people, is that they will be able to receive medical care, medical supplies, and medications needed through a Medicare or Medicare program. When I interviewed my client Mrs. Landon, I asked her, “If enacting a national healthcare insurance program would reduce your out-of-pock expenses for medical supplies and medications monthly?” She responded, “Yes, because I spend over a thousand dollars a month just in my diabeties...
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