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Transcript: Free Healthcare in America Free healthcare is very important in many cases because some countries including Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Antigua Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan all have free healthcare or at least very low cost. That makes it so people that can afford it can get it for free which helps everybody that cant afford it out. Why would people need free healthcare? Introduction “The American medical system is roundly acknowledged as being broken. Costs are increasing steadily, to the point where many middle-class Americans cannot afford health insurance.” So, many people can’t afford to be treated from something that might be life threatening. The cost for healthcare is rising and it is getting very expensive to afford. Broken healthcare Broken healthcare Many americans want change because the healthcare is “crazy” It is very hard for the lower class to afford. The healthcare is crazy The healthcare is crazy A lot of illegal immigrants flee to countries for free healthcare. “Illegal immigrants flock to this country to get free medical care while citizens who are between jobs often do without.” A lot of people don’t have health insurance. A lot of people don’t have health insurance. “28.5 million people in the United States (8.8% of the US population) do not have health insurance.” That is a problem because if something happens to that person the insurance won’t cover them. Millions don't have healthcare Millions don't have it “They argue that a right to health care would stop medical bankruptcies, improve public health, reduce overall health care spending, help small businesses, and that health care should be an essential government service.” If there was free healthcare then the poorer groups would be able to get treated if anything happens. For the public For the public “Proponents of the right to health care say that no one in one of the richest nations on earth should go without health care.” Everybody should have healthcare no matter if they are wealthy or poor. The Richest nations have it. The Richest nations don't need it “Lowers overall health care costs: The government controls the prices through negotiation and regulation.” It makes it so people don’t have to pay as much as with not free healthcare. Cost Topic 4 “Creates a healthier workforce: Studies show that preventive care reduces the need for expensive emergency room usage.4 Without access to preventive care, 46% of emergency room patients went because they had no other place to go.5 They used the emergency room as their primary care physician. This health care inequality is a big reason for the rising cost of medical care.” It costs less and it is better for people that can’t afford it. Healthier Title “Countries often combine universal health coverage with other systems to introduce competition. These options can lower costs, expand choice, or improve care.” Having universal healthcare is important because it supplies the citizens with superb healthcare. Universal healthcare Title Thanks for watching Topic 4

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Transcript: Healthcare Project Jaisal Patel United States Healthcare System United States Healthcare System Money Aspects Money Aspects How is it funded (single payer vs private insurers)? What is the average cost to the consumer? What is the healthcare spending in relation to GDP (Gross Domestic Product)? First off, the US health care system is funded by private insurers, meaning that the government isn't the only entity paying for coverage. Private insurance allows people to choose who covers them from a wide variety of insurance companies. Secondly, consumers pay what is called a premium, which is the monthly payment to the insurance company to remain enrolled in the insurance plan. The average cost for the premium across all insurance companies is about $440 per individual and $1,168 per family. Lastly, according to CMS.gov, "U.S. health care spending grew 4.6 percent in 2018, reaching $3.6 trillion or $11,172 per person. As a share of the nation's Gross Domestic Product, health spending accounted for 17.7 percent." Comparisons to Other Countries Comparisons to Other Countries How do the systems rank in the world in performance? What are the mortality rates for each country when compared to each other? First of all, the US Healthcare system actually ranks last compared to the other ten best healthcare systems in the world. Despite having the most expensive system off all of the countries, the US still manages to be rank eleven. Secondly, when compared to other countries, the US mortality rates are very similar to all of them. Morality rates across all countries appear to be on the decline. Affect on the People Affects on the People What are the wait times to see a doctor? What types of coverage do people get? First of all, on average, it takes about 24 days to schedule a first-time appointment with a doctor. Secondly, there are six health insurance plans offered in the USA. These are health maintenance organization, preferred provider organization, exclusive provider organization, point of service plans, high deductible health plans, and health savings accounts. Canadian Healthcare System Canadian Healthcare System Money Aspects Money Aspects How is it funded (single payer vs private insurers)? What is the average cost to the consumer? What is the healthcare spending in relation to GDP (Gross Domestic Product)? First of all, the Canadian Healthcare System is funded by single payer. This means that only one entity is paying for insurance in this country. This also means that people cannot choose who covers them. Secondly, Canadian healthcare costs no money. However, it is made up by heavy taxes. On average each person spends about $7,000 (Canadian dollars) on taxes that go toward healthcare insurance. Lastly, according to the Canadian Institute for Health Information, "In 2019, total health expenditure in Canada is expected to reach $264 billion, or $ 7,068 per person. It is anticipated that, overall, health spending will represent 11.6% of Canada’s gross domestic product (GDP)." Comparisons to Other Countries Comparisons to Other Countries How do the systems rank in the world in performance? What are the mortality rates for each country when compared to each other? First of all, of the eleven top healthcare systems in the world, Canada ranks 8th. This is because of its poor access, equity, and healthcare outcomes. Secondly, when compared to other countries, the Canadian mortality rates are very similar to the rest of them. Morality rates across all countries appear to be on the decline. Affects on the People Affects on the People What are the wait times to see a doctor? What types of coverage do people get? First of all, on average, it takes almost 20 weeks between the referral of a patient to the actual doctor visit. Secondly, the type of coverage that the people in Canada get is called Medicare. This means that the health insurance of this country is funded publicly. United Kingdom Healthcare System United Kingdom Healthcare System Money Aspects Money Aspects How is it funded (single payer vs private insurers)? What is the average cost to the consumer? What is the healthcare spending in relation to GDP (Gross Domestic Product)? First off, the UK healthcare system is funded by a single payer system. This means that only one entity is paying for insurance in this country. This also means that people cannot choose who covers them. Secondly, the average cost to consumer is less than 1,500 pounds. That's only about $1,900! Lastly, according to Office of National Statistics UK, "In 2017, spending on healthcare in the UK totaled £197.4 billion. This equates to approximately £2,989 spent per person, or 9.6% of gross domestic product (GDP)." Comparisons to Other Countries Comparisons to Other Countries How do the systems rank in the world in performance? What are the mortality rates for each country when compared to each other? First of all, the United Kingdom ranks one of the top eleven healthcare systems in the world.

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