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Would Universal Health Care improve the quality of care in America?

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Asked at 2010.02.04 18:56:10
Current the U.S. ranks number one in cost and number fourteen in quality of care. Many countrys that rank above the U.S. have U.H.C. in some form. According to the World Health Organization
answer ipygmalion  Answered at 2010.02.04 18:56:10
Yes. The improvement would be in the diagnosis of early symptoms, patients would seek simple treatment ahead of dire complications. Without preventive medicine, illness advances and becomes a financial burden to all: early to analyze is money wise.

Hilary Clinton lectured, advocated, spoke and "speaked" on health care issues and was appointed by Bill to a Health Care Committee way back when he became Pres. Wasn't that back in '93? What happened? Nothing. The Health Care problem remains the same today. Now, as she runs for President, the first thing she brings up in her announcement for the office is~ You guessed: Health Care.

The VA made 2900+ medical mistakes in two years resulting in 700 deaths give or take a few. And that, with all the injured and amputated GIs, makes my wee-wee water.

There must also be a shift in the medical mentality. And, we cannot make general statements for specific events, situations, failures.
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