If We Could Have Free Health Care, Should We?
The review of this research will focus on rise, decline of employment and stabilization that is based on free health care. Most of its information is transformed based on the views of either pro and cons that have different argument as addressed in the articles. Most of the suggestion shows that Medicare is influenced by political pressure and lack of exact coverage, which can lead to high cost as most of the employers are unable to contribute towards the free health care especially unemployed ones. Hence, we conclude by addressing the outcome of possible trajectories we obtain from the claims, which continues to erode with different views.
As we all know that not everyone in United States can afford any issues related with medical insurance. In address to this research, we will feature to some of the young generation of children who are out sick but their parents are not in a position of taking them to the hospital rather they decide to buy medicine in the counter, which to some extend might not work. In this platform some leaves to an extend of being forced to send their children to the hospital though it is stress as some of the hospital are against the treatment as they fear the cost which is too much (Sackett & Richardson, 1996). Due to this concern, my matter will be based on free health care by the nation as it reduces bills for most of the patients who cannot afford to attend some of hospital in fear of debt.
In the first article, we will feature on Pope Francis article where health care is a universal right and hence can be accessed without any privilege or obstacles across. We all know that health care is one of the basic level in one's life and for one to access there are some mirage where most of the hospitals features on the wealth people leaving the poor behind as they are unable to pay hospital services and receive primary essential care (Berkman & Glymour, 2014) . But president comes in and claims that health care is not a function of government as it may make it to flourish. Hence, each member of the nation is inherent to access the commodities if at all there is payment and ensure the redistribution powers are met as addressed in the constitution.
In the second article, health care is all each and every one is in need of and we should not focus on money as it should not be put on someone's life at any instance. Most of the opinions it's clear that health care should be free at all exceptions as large populations live in poverty stricken state and for one to afford money for payment of hospital in terms of health care becomes of major concern. However, as we all accept to be free everyone is in a position of searching for money as the demand for monthly medical care its limited and everyone can afford (Drummond & Torrance, 2015). Still some claims arises up that no health care should be free as this idea should create a big problem in the health care system because the government cannot cover for everyone, hence each should search for means on how to cover the patient starting with the low payment.
Last article states that most of the issues based on free health care, it must be recognized as a right and privilege to each and every one as each has a right to access health care regardless of income. Therefore, we should not feature on priorities of health care with working class families as most of the families are in stricken poverty. Hence, on the other side people have different belief that one is not supposed to demand Medial care as it is provided by third and it is not free at any instance? Therefore, for the commodity to be cheaper it must be accompanied by profit incentive because there are workers and freedom of labor as both of the two decide on health care reimbursement of funds which makes large population of Americans to remain and focus on over the counter as solution (Eisen & Rubin, 2016).
In conclusion, all pro and cons which are addressed in these article have different outcome, some may favor American who are millionaires as they have no problem with their medical care cover while the big issues is on those in the poverty stricken state who cannot afford to pay debts in the hospital. Matters addressed shows that the claims features on both sides and give chance for discussion especially those who are being affected as per the census done the highest number are those affected by this platform.
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