Why we should have Universal Health Care
Did you know that 45,000 Americans die each year because they can’t pay for medical help. Universal health care is the remedy to the problem we face. A universal health care system extends care to anyone regardless of social status or bank account. Secondly it will reduce overall medical costs. Thirdly there would be a greater demand for doctors creating more jobs. A con to universal health care is that there is less competition because all the medical staff are paid a government salary. This is invalid though because the doctors will always be doing their jobs. Another con is raised taxes. This is also invalid because it is better to pay taxes rather than over priced medical bills. The last con is that people will have a longer wait time. That is also invalid because the more people that visit the more of a demand there will be for Doctors.
A universal health care system would extend care to all Americans regardless of social status or bank account. Health care has become extremely unaffordable for both businesses and individuals. The number of uninsured U.S. residents has grown to over 45 million people. If we had universal health care doctors wouldn’t have to worry about medical costs, only helping the patient. Another plus with universal health care is that Patients with pre-existing conditions can still get health coverage. Countries that have a universal health care system in place have a longer lifespan. Canadians have a three-percent higher lifespan than Americans because they have a universal health care system.
Reducing Medical Costs is another effect of universal Health Care. Without government regulating health Care costs those who set the costs basically have free run over the system. A Universal Health Care System would grant the government control over the health care sector. This means that costs overall would be reduced with a more monitored system to reduce inflated costs for...