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Health care: single-payer

I support single-payer health care (private model - US model).
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Health care publicly-funded

I support publicly-funded health care controlled directly by the government or by an agency of the government for the benefit of the entire population.

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ENG:Single-payer health care is a model for operating the U.S. health care system by arranging the payment of services to doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers from a single source established and managed by government. It is a way to deliver near-universal or universal health care. The administrator of the fund could be the government but it could also be a publicly owned agency regulated by law. Australia's Medicare, Canada's Medicare, and healthcare in Taiwan are examples of single-payer universal health care systems. The term single payer system does not imply a socialized medicine system. A socialized medical system is one "in which all health personnel and health facilities, including doctors and hospitals, work for the government and draw salaries from the ...
for2against   I hate socialism and I hate the stupid marxist fascist healthcare bill. I hope it fails., robufo2000
for5against   I think the republicans first need to learn more about socialism and communism because they don't new anything about it. They misuse it to make propaganda., Galileo
for3against   The people before the profit!!!, Galileo
for1against   David Ricardo: progressive tax system!, Galileo
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Senate Expected To Vote Friday On Single-Payer Health Care


Preliminary Debate And Vote Set To Take Place MONTPELIER, Vt. - The Vermont Senate is expected to discuss and vote on an historic health care bill that would effectively create the path towards a single-payer system. All Vermonters would be eligible under the tax-payer funded plan. Supporters also say it will be cheaper than the current system because it is more efficient. "We estimate we can save $500 million, and that's a conservative estimate," said Sen. Claire Ayer. By Randy Gyllenhaal Read more: WPTZ Plattsburgh (April 21, 2011)


Controversy Over Canadian Health-Care System


The Canadian health-care system is facing many controversies from sectors in the country. Economists believe that co-ordinating and mobilizing health-care businesses could improve the efficiency of the system. Such practices will also contribute towards the employment and economic growth. The small health related businesses have lack of co-ordination between them because of which the patients suffer a lot. These small businesses include; pharmacies, clinics, nursing homes, optometrists and dentists. These businesses also have an impact on patient care. By Annabel Tautou Read more: ...


U.S. healthcare diagnose


Universal health insurance is on the American policy agenda for the fifth time since World War II. In the 1960s, the U.S. chose public coverage for only the elderly and the very poor, while Canada opted for a universal program for hospitals and physicians\' services. As a policy analyst, I know there are lessons to be learned from studying the effect of different approaches in similar jurisdictions. But, as a Canadian with lots of American friends and relatives, I am saddened that Americans seem incapable of learning them. We peacefully share a continent, a British heritage of representative ...


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At Least 1.4 Million Nonelderly Adults with Disabilities Would Lose Medicaid Under Graham-Cassidy
Graham-Cassidy’s heartless Medicaid cuts could set disability rights and inclusion back 50 years or more. The post At Least 1.4 Million Nonelderly Adults with Disabilities Would Lose Medicaid Under Graham-Cassidy appeared first on Center for American Progress.
STATEMENT: Neera Tanden on Latest Failure of ACA Repeal Effort
Washington, D.C. — Neera Tanden, president and CEO of the Center for American Progress, issued the below statement following news that the Senate will not hold a vote on the latest effort to rip health care coverage from millions of Americans by repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA): For the second time in fewer than three months, […] The post STATEMENT: Neera Tanden on Latest Failure of ACA Repeal Effort appeared first on Center for American Progress.
3 Ways the Senate Budget Reopens the Door for ACA Repeal
Congress would be able to pass major parts of ACA repeal using the reconciliation instructions in the new Senate budget resolution. The post 3 Ways the Senate Budget Reopens the Door for ACA Repeal appeared first on Center for American Progress.
STATEMENT: CAP’s Topher Spiro Responds to Partial CBO Score
Washington, D.C. — Topher Spiro, vice president of health policy  at the Center for American Progress, issued the following statement after release of a partial Congressional Budget Office (CBO) analysis of the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson health care bill: This nightmarish bill is the worst version of a repeal bill yet to be introduced in Congress. According to […] The post STATEMENT: CAP’s Topher Spiro Responds to Partial CBO Score appeared first on Center for American Progress.



 
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