Universal health care, Improved Medicare for All, will establish cost efficiency that eliminates major medical bills and medical-related bankruptcies. It will simplify our way of paying for health care and lower the total cost for the United States. It will be good for the physical and financial health of Americans and America.
All other 29 free-market countries (1) implemented their versions of universal health care between 1883 and 1972. Their citizens of all ages get health care and have life expectancies significantly longer than ours. They pay less than half of the per-person cost of the United States, which pays 250% (2.5 times) the cost per person of the other countries. Their efficient health care helps their economically competitiveness, including contributing to the movement of some of our health care and manufacturing activities that are now conducted in their countries.
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