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by Roy H. Elling

Download National Health Care: Issues and Problems in Socialized Medicine (Controversy Series) ePub
  • ISBN 0202302334
  • ISBN13 978-0202302331
  • Language English
  • Author Roy H. Elling
  • Publisher Lieber-Atherton (June 1971)
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  • Size ePub 1962 kb
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All national health plans concur

All national health plans concur. Nonetheless, we saw a dramatic escalation in the rates of these deliveries from the 1990s to the first decade of the new century. Problem 2: Avoidable Harm to Patients. This is one of health care’s most common problems. They are also at a far higher risk for harms like respiratory problems and admission to the (NICU). Problem 3: Billions of Dollars are Being Wasted.

Socialized medicine is a term used in the United States to describe and discuss systems of universal health care: medical and hospital care for all by means of government regulation of health care and subsidies derived from taxation. Because of historically negative associations with socialism in American culture, the term is usually used pejoratively in American political discourse

Socialized Medicine Is Bad for Your Health. But, as it is not in Canada, the delivery of health care is also socialized in Britain. That is, a government health-insurance agency pays a government-employed doctor to send Britons to government-owned hospitals. As with the NHS, delays and denials of treatment have long been endemic at the VA.

For national health care systems generally, see Universal health care. The term was popularized by the public relations firm Whitaker and Baxter working for the American Medical Association in 1947 to disparage President Truman's proposal for a national health care system.

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