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Government National Health Insurance?

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What is meant by the multifaceted nature of the U.S. healthcare system? How is healthcare financed in the U.S.? What is the advantage and disadvantage of the U.S. multi-payer system?

What are the major concerns regarding the performance of the U.S. healthcare system? How are these concerns addressed by the Health Care Reform Act of 2010 (Patient Protection and Affordable Care, Act)

What are the arguments to provide or not to provide fully nationalized healthcare in the U.S.? Is the Health Care Reform addressing the argument about national health insurance provision?

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  1. TF on Dec 09, 2012

    It means that some people have government health coverage – Medicare and Medicaid, some have private health coverage, and some have a hybrid – government funded private coverage like Medicare supplemental plans. Healthcare is financed through insurance, and via private payment. Don’t confuse "health care" and "health insurance". They are two different things.There are a vast majority of websites out there with advantages and disadvantages, concerns, performance, effect of PPCA, arguements, etc. This is not the place where you’ll see someone write your term paper for you; there aren’t enough character spaces for that here.

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  2. dad_brad on Dec 09, 2012

    The bigest problem that no one wants to talk about is the excessive law suits – that is what drives insurance premiums too high.

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