I believe that providing universal health care should be a policy of the United States. Having every american covered will provide a healthier nation.The United States health care system ranks 37th in the world in terms of quality and fairness. We can highly benefit from other countries health care systems. Great Britain is of few countries that has a great health care system. There's no medical bankruptcy. The Brits pay higher taxes than we do for health care. Everyone is covered through the NHS, and today NHS patients can choose which hospital they desire. Japan is the second richest country in the world and is one of the healthiest. They cover everybody and spend half as much as the U.S on healthcare per capita. Also, they have the highest life expectancy in the world. Surveys show that the Japanese are highly satisfied with their health care system. Japan makes annual budgets, resulting in standard pricing based on specific procedures. If you lose your job in Japan, you do not lose health insurance. Yet, 50% financial deficit it seems the Japanese spend too little on medicide. The only problem is that the Japanese are going to have to increase the prices to save the hospitals; the United States problem is patients going broke. .
Additionally, Germany has a sufficient health care system. The Germans pay premiums based on income, a two-thirds of a bargains than ours. They only have to pay a 15 dollar "co-pay" every other month. The rich has a choice to opt out and go to private health care service. Germany is a country that pays the doctors a whole lot less than the U.S. As a result, doctors feel they're getting underpaid, because they are providing expensive services and procedures. In addition, Taiwan is another democracy that has a universal health care system but they designed their own healthcare system from scratch. Their health care system is based off bits and pieces of other countries health care systems.