ObamaCare v.s. Single-Payer Healthcare

Last Updated on Nov 8th, 2013 | By | Category: ObamaCare

ObamaCare v.s. Single-Payer Healthcare


It’s clear from the mess created by ObamaCare that this system doesn’t work. People can’t even signup to ObamaCare let alone use it. The entire system wasn’t thought out properly and ObamaCare is dead on arrival with a website that doesn’t work and people that can’t sign up and use ObamaCare.



ObamaCare is a dismal failure on the part of the Obama administration and it shows no signs of improving anytime soon. Meanwhile millions are left wondering about the state of their healthcare, their insurance and just how thy ear supposed to proceed and get coverage for their health care needs.

What is needed is a single payer system much lie they have In Canada and other locations not this abysmal ObamaCare system which is so full of problems that it looks like it will never work as promised. There’s should be comprehensive health insurance built around Medicare and Social security which would eliminate many of the ObamaCare problems.

ObamaCare v.s. Single-Payer HealthcareMedicare is for people over the age of 65 but of this was extended to cover everyone then you would have a health care system that actually works. Medicare is very popular and it’s a system that could be implemented for everyone. This would be the equivalent of a single payer system and it would work for every American so each person had the health care coverage they needed. Anyone would be able to go to the hospital, get medications, and it would be covered by the government. In essence the government would be your insurer. This is what Medicare is now it just has to be implemented for everyone and ObamaCare needs to be dropped because it’s a system riddled with problems.

ObamaCare seems like a good idea on the surface but unless the major problems with it can be addressed then the system just isn’t going to work. If you can’t enroll in the system then you can’t use it and the implementation of ObamaCare as so far been atrocious.

The United States need a true single payer health care system but the main problems with this right now as that the country is broke and there’s major issues that need to be addressed. ObamaCare isn’t the answer to America’s problems with health care. The system is broken and it doesn’t work and unless the problems can be ironed out American will continue to have health care problems far into the future. America has to look to other countries such as Canada or Greta Britain and see how their health care system work. Unless the Democrats and republicans can come together and fi America’s health care system then America will face a health care crisis sooner rather than later. If you can’t even sign up for a system then there’s severe problems that need to be addressed.

Obamacare may be the first step towards a single payer system in America but the implementation of this system has been flawed and it needs to be ironed out before health care in America can move forward.

 

 

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2 Comments to “ObamaCare v.s. Single-Payer Healthcare”

  1. Michael Campos says:

    Universal health care is not something new and it has been around the countries in the world for a while. There is universal health care in Japan for 50 years. But why it’s so difficult to make it happen in the United States? As we all know that health care is a human right, NOT a privilege but there are still so many different voices when Obama tries to implement the so called “ObamaCare”. It looks like it’s not going to be easy and the fate of this new health care system (Affordable Care Act) is still uncertain. The fiscal hole is getting deeper each day when we are arguing this.

  2. Kenji Berglund says:

    There’s been a lot of talk lately about ObamaCare and how unpopular it is. The last I read, it had a disapproval rating of something like 53%. Conservatives like to run with that number and say “See! Nobody wants Obamacare!”

    However, what the GOP fails to mention is that, 16% out of that 54% dislike Obamacare because it’s simply “not liberal enough” or they want “single payer” insurance, which is exactly what Taiwan has. So the majority of the people here either want Obamacare or universal healthcare. The numbers just aren’t on the side of the GOP/Tea Party, regardless of the insane ramblings of Ted Cruz.

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