A Universal Healthcare System: Is It Right for the United States?

Title A Universal Healthcare System: Is It Right for the United States?
Year 2007
Author M. Rashford
DOI 10.1111/j.1744-6198.2007.00060.x
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1744-6198.2007.00060.x
Journal Nursing Forum
Document Type Journal Article
Document Availability Full Text
Classification Policy
Abstract A Universal Health Care System: Is it Right for the United States? The over 45 million Americans who are uninsured speak volumes about the problems with our present healthcare system. Many Americans do not have access to basic health care and it is time to revisit the importance of universal health care for all Americans. PURPOSE.To gain a greater understanding of the facts, figures, and support for universal health care in America. SOURCE OF INFORMATION.A literature review of five research studies. CONCLUSION.The implementation of universal health care in America is a plausible feat, but the support of several facets of society is necessary for this to become a reality.

 

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