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    The Cause of Socialized Medicine on Americans Socialized medicine has been an idea here in the United States since the movement of Obama Care. This begin when the idea that all citizens should have the ability to be seen at any health care facility. Many Americans may even find this idea to be a benefit. Socialized medicine is when the government takes over all health care facility, hires doctors, and pays for care and medicine that is given. Many countries have converted to this style of practice, such as Britain, Spain and Finland. This kind of health care can be beneficial, but it also can do more harm than good. The cause of socialized medicine would be a negative effect on Americans because it would causes taxes to increase, low standards…

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    should never under any circumstance consider socialized health care or some hybrid. For my argument, I will focus on the morality, or ethics, piece to the question then move on to if we were to enact socialized medicine, what would be some of the possible negative outcomes. First, healthcare is not a right. Healthcare is privilege that people must provide for themselves and their families. Synonymous with the concept of healthcare not being / being a right is the morality associated when you…

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    In 1948, after years of struggle between different members of society, a man named Aneurin Bevin, the Minister of Health at that time, successfully led the effort to establish the National Health Service in Great Britain. The National Health Service had a single goal of free universal healthcare. This goal was originally put into focus by a man named William Beveridge, which is why worldwide, this approach to healthcare is known as the Beveridge System. In the article “The British Experience…

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    about 29 million people that are still not insured in the United States. Therefore, the U.S. provides the Affordable Care Act for the people that can 't afford healthcare. The Affordable Care Act was recently developed in 2010 to help aid many families and young adults across the country. On the other hand, for the people that make too much money, they are required to pay out of pocket for their health care. The people that pay out of pocket argue that it isn 't fair that they are paying extra…

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    A few proposed policies alternatives to combat the rising cost in health care 1. Socialized Medicine 2. Healthcare Price Transparency 3. Cost-sharing initiates Socialized healthcare is a government owned and operated healthcare system which provides universal health care assistance that people need to acquire the help of some government laws intended for health care and other types of medical and health care subsidies. (HealthResearchFunding.org, 2014) Where the government owns and operates…

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    Socialized Medical System

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    Would a Socialized Medical System Be the Best Option for the United States? Well respected United States president, Ronald Regan once said, “One of the traditional methods of imposing statism or socialism on a people has been by way of medicine. It is very easy to disguise a medical program as a humanitarian project. Most people are a little reluctant to oppose anything that suggests medical care for people who possibly can’t afford it.” President Reagan, along with thousands of other Americans…

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    Socialized healthcare (Socialized Medicine or Universal Healthcare) is a system where the government pays for everyone's healthcare by using the citizen's taxes. Otto Von Bismark started the first form of Universal Healthcare system in 1889 but the process was not completed until Adolf Hitler imposed the system on Germany as part of the Nazification on their healthcare system. When Bismark adopted a socialized healthcare system it was a way to introduce some of Marxim's ideas. Since then the…

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    In socialized medicine however, the costs are put on everyone as opposed to privatized medicine in which the costs are not put onto the people who don’t want to have to pay for a service they may not want to use. People who argue in favor socialized medicine may also state that privatized health care has become unaffordable for businesses and certain individuals (Cite PD Source). However, once again, this is caused by the lack of competition previously brought on by interference from government…

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    I have been familiar with Jack Kevorkian and his controversial quest to fight for the ninth amendment rights for quite a while now. I support assisted suicide whole heartedly, however if the patient has abnormal thyroid level, a history of depression, or other cognitive impairments, those should heavily factor in to the doctor’s awareness of the patient’s decision making skills. The line between helping someone die and manslaughter can often be very thin, and thus, one must walk soft over the…

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    Socialized Medical Theory

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    Socialized medicine is “a medical system like that of a socialist country, in which medical facilities and payments are under government, rather than private, control “(Socialized medicine definition, n.d). Socialized medicine is funded through taxes, which benefits the inhabitants within society, while taking a small portion from the workers within society to keep the system running. Universal healthcare is “a system that provides organized health coverage to all citizens of a governed region…

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