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Transcript: Health care prices in France vs in the US smokers weight loss surgery cosmetic surgery My answer : YES Do smokers deserve free health care like anyone else ? Free Health Care and self-imposed health issues Universal free health care for everyone Should free health care be applied to cosmetic surgery ? CONCLUSION 1) What do you think is the best way to prevent smokers from the dangers of cigarettes ? 2) Do you think universal free health care would lead to an increasing of obese and smokers ? Why ? 3) To you, what is the most justifiable / legitimate cosmetic surgery ? 4) Can you try to find a explanation for such prices gap concerning free health care between France and the US ? 5) If you had to deal with a young girl (about 17 yo) who wants to have recourse to a rhinoplasty, what would you say to her ? A consultation to the doctor's in France = 23 euros partially refunded. A consultation in the US = on average 80 euros. Rules of the game 3 teams the same quizz for each team you have 5 minutes to answer to the questions after 5 minutes = debrief > the team who has the most points WINS VS Free Health Care Definition A day care in hospital = USA = 4,200 euros France = 800 euros An angioplasty costs 50,000 euros more in the US than in France. The prevention, treatment, and management of illness and the preservation of mental and physical well-being through the services offered by the medical and allied health professions. We must deserve to have access to free health care Does everyone deserve free health care ? Does weight loss surgery should be free ? Two sides My answer : YES "When a patient comes to me with a gunshot wound I don’t enquire how they got it. If someone is admitted to casualty after driving into a tree when drunk I don’t refuse to treat them - that would be like playing God. It is our duty to treat patients to the best of our ability, regardless of how they became ill, not to punish them for their lifestyles. If the Government made smoking illegal it would be different, but while smoking is legal the nation owes smokers the same amount of care as it owes non-smokers." Some numbers My answer : YES Some questions for you... If I hear one word in French, I take off one point to your team !!

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Transcript: Obamacare Interest Group Universal Healthcare Americans for Stable Quality Care Mitch Coetzee Background Current Situation Covers people meeting certain financial requirements under the age of 65 Twenty six states don't offer any form of Medicaid to adults living without children Most Americans get health care from private companies through their employer The risk pool is spread across each company instead of nationally Poor or sick people face difficulties receiving and paying for coverage Around the world Cons Americans for Prosperity Foundation Covers people age 65 and older Funded through payroll taxes Prevents insurance companies from discriminating against various people for irrational reasons People with pre-existing conditions would not be denied coverage Middle class families will receive more affordable insurance premiums due to subsidies Very costly to finance Medicare and Medicaid are already unstable without the added stress of another healthcare system Complex and difficult to administer Medicaid Pros Interest Group In the United States It wasn't until the 19th century that the health care industry had developed enough to require insurance Health coverage in many nations generally involves everyone paying into a "risk pool." Everyone pays into a national insurance system, and receives coverage when necessary. Every industrialized nation has some form of universal healthcare, except for the United States Officially the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Seems to be the groundwork for future universal healthcare Expands Medicaid, making it easier for people to qualify Requires that the uninsured purchase insurance or pay a penalty Works Cited Medicare

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Transcript: Evidence In conclusion, health care should be free because it is accessible to everyone, Free, and your loved ones will get the care they deserve. Free health care will enable people to live longer and live stress free. “Citizens can get free medicines for essential needs without fear of not being able to pay for it” ( Opposing Paragraph To Expensive To Risky The right Care wont be provided “It will encourage patients to ask questions about problems they may have instead of waiting until they are able to afford it” ( “A right to health care could increase the wait time for medical services” ( Evidence says that “Healthcare will be for everyone and that no one will be left out”. “Providing a right to health care could raise taxes” ( “Doctors will be able to focus more on you rather than how you will pay for the medication and treatments” ( Conclusion Main Point #1 “A right to health care could increase the US debt and deficit” ( A right List of Public services Wont be scared anymore Any one can use no matter Age, Gender, and Income. Wont be denied Doctors main focus Main Point #2 “Providing a right to health care could create a doctor shortage” ( Risks and Danger Debt Bankruptcies Healthcare in America should be free because it is a basic human right in which the nation should ensure that everyone is covered by equal health care, That anyone can use regardless of age, gender, and income, also with free Healthcare there will be less deaths per year. Evidence Thesis Statement “Insurance companies would charge outrages prices or even deny coverage to americans based on particular medical conditions, age, or even gender” ( Free Health Care “Everyone will be under the same framework” ( states that “The United states Government already provides free public education, public maintenance, and other public services and that free healthcare should be added to that list”. Main Point #3 states that “America spends around 2.8 Trillion dollars each year” “A right to health care could lower the quality and availability of disease Screening and treatment” ( “About 62% of all bankruptcies were related to medical expenses in 2007” (

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