Universal health care is a human right that should take precedence.
About 1 in 4 Americans has avoid I’m going to see a doctor because I can’t afford medical bills.
This is a concern. As the pandemic drags on, countries must prioritize maintaining the health of their citizens.
While the after-effects of COVID-19 are still under study, scientists are reaching common conclusions about the long-term effects of the disease.
many people report Symptoms of fatigue, joint pain, loss of smell, chest pain and trouble sleeping, even after recovering from the virus. Worst-case scenarios include organ damage and vascular problems.
pandemic heightened Poor quality healthcare in America has claimed the lives of a million people.
President Joe Biden’s plan offer Health care for Americans includes lowering premiums, expanding the range of providers, reducing Americans’ medical debt, and protecting Americans from poor quality insurance.
However, recent research shows that the United States has one of the following: Minimum Citizen satisfaction compared to other countries in the world.
This dissatisfaction Attribution long wait times, lack of choice of doctors, and rising National doctor burnout rate.
With all of this said, there is still much work to be done to make the U.S. healthcare system a trustworthy system for citizens.
Achieving universal healthcare is challenging because there is no one-size-fits-all healthcare solution.
other countries have achievement Higher taxes, higher insurance premiums, and lower wages for doctors have paid the price for universal health care.
America could have secured these disadvantages without universal health care.
To provide universal health care to Americans, the government must eliminate low-quality care, provide a better environment for doctors, and take preventative measures to keep people healthy.
Universal health care will not be achieved if America cannot address these issues.
Cindy Rivas Alfaro is a sophomore in journalism, [email protected]