That, and do you have hundreds of thousands of dollars on hand, since even a moderately-serious heath issue can cost that much? No? Neither do I. So what happens - if I have to sacrifice all I have in order to pay for his health care (which I would do if I had to), I'd be shutting down my business, and my employees would suddenly out of a job. My wife and I would become wards of the state at least for a while, and we'd certainly lose our home.
BUT if he has health insurance, THEN we wouldn't be wards of the state, and our employees wouldn't lose their jobs...and instead of being a drain on our nation's tax revenue (i.e. Welfare, section 8 housing, etc.), we - and our employees - would continue paying out thousands of dollars in taxes every year.
Sure, you hate the thought that yeah, many hands make light work - but this is why ALL other first-world democracies spend about half what we already do on health care for our citizens...and most of them get better results i.e. longer life expectancies.