Well its now fall 2014 and obamacare is in full effect, we here at carespark are big fans of modernizing our old corrupt healthcare system. In fact that was our mission when we decided to build a startup around this problem. Years later I was reminded that an overly socialist system must have room for private practice. Zain Kadri from beverlyhillsplasticsurgery.center explained to me that many of his patients come in with aspirational issues that have nothing to do with typical healthcare issues. If we as a people were to not allow this sort of freedom then this obamacare would be shortsighted. In fact many of the citizens of America are still baffled on what to do with the healthcare debate. We want universal healthcare but with the options and freedoms that private “expensive” healthcare allows. Clearly, there are many factors to talk about and debate because if there is one wrong move done it could mean a rise of a crisis and not just for the economic sector. Many other sectors will be affected and that is something any US citizen would underestimate.
There is the single payer system where under that everyone would pay into a fund that would be managed by a federal agency. That agency in turn will be the ones to pay for the investor’s treatment. Many like this type of system and it is for them the best way to ensure the fairest health care for many people. This is true since there are still many who do not have jobs and this is one of the ways to do this.
The others though are saying this is harder to achieve since there are many companies competing for such. Therein lay the problem because there are different competitive prices and that will just confuse the investor. Also health care is not unlimited. There is a limit for everything and you can’t treat everyone with healthcare because it is too expensive. This is also one of the contents of health care debate and many politicians and even ordinary citizens are on heated discussions just to make sure they have the proper information to be passed.