I beg to differ. I think if some of the main parts of Obamacare were given more leeway, there would be room to maintain service. However, as it's written, it's going to come to a time where it will be like Canada, and holding private insurance is not only frowned upon, but actually illegal.Originally Posted by Morality Games
It provides excellent service, but often falls behind in ratings of world health care because they measure health care as a national aggregate as opposed to using the population with reasonable access to health care. If you have 25 million people without care, on their charts, your quality of service falls. It shouldn't. They should use the sample populace of those who can actually go to doctors on private care. If that happened, I would bet that they'd be on the list somewhere below Cuba and a few Asian nations, and comfortably over a good majority of the world.I'm also leery of the idea that American health care provides great service. Our doctors are the best trained but that only matters to the extent they put all their effort into their work, something they aren't really required to do to make the living that they do.