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The American Health Care system has prided itself on providing high quality services tothe citizens who normally cannot afford them This system has been in place for years and untilnow it did a fairly decent job The problem today is money the cost of hospital services anddoctor fees are rising faster than ever before The government has been trying to come up with anew plan these past few years even though there has been strong opposition against a new HealthCare system There are many reasons why it should be changed and there are many reasons whyit shouldn t be changed The main thing that both sides heads towards is money Both sides wantto save money just in different ways The movement for changing the Health Care system believe that there is a need for changebecause of the problems that the system faces today cannot be handled Every month 2 millionAmericans lose their insurance One out of four 63 million Americans will lose their healthinsurance coverage for some period during the next two years 37 million Americans have noinsurance and another 22 million have inadequate coverage Losing or changing a job oftenmeans losing insurance Becoming ill or living with a chronic medical condition can mean losinginsurance coverage or not being able to obtain it Long-term care coverage is inadequate Manyelderly and disabled Americans enter nursing homes and other institutions when they would preferto remain at home Families exhaust their savings trying to provide for disabled relatives ManyAmericans in inner cities and rural areas do not have access to quality care due to poordistribution of doctors nurses hospitals clinics and support services Public health services arenot well integrated and coordinated with the personal care delivery system Many serious healthproblems -- such as lead poisoning and drug-resistant tuberculosis -- are handled inefficiently ornot at all and thus potentially threaten the health of the entire population Rising health costsmean lower wages higher prices for goods and
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