Title of Project

National or Private Health Care – What is Best for the U.S.

Researcher Information

Stephanie Blair

Project Type

Event

Location

Miniaci Performing Arts Center

Start Date

8-4-2005 12:00 AM

End Date

8-4-2005 12:00 AM

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National or Private Health Care – What is Best for the U.S.

Miniaci Performing Arts Center

This paper discusses the differences between public and private health care and the outcomes each would have and has on the U.S. This paper also discusses the United States current health insurance system as well as the trends and where we may be headed in the future of health insurance. It observes the past, present and future of health insurance in the U.S. Currently the U.S. has a private healthcare system in which its citizens purchase insurance through a provider or if they cannot afford it or choose to not purchase it then they are uninsured. This paper also includes numbers and figures of citizens insured and uninsured.

The purpose of this paper is to make citizens aware of the different types of insurance available and how our current health insurance system is affecting the U.S. The ultimate goal of this paper is to inform U.S. citizens of the debate between private and public healthcare as well as the current situation in the United States regarding health insurance. This way they can decide which type of health insurance plan they feel is best for the U.S. and hopefully take a role in fighting for their opinion, whether it is by voting for candidates into government office who have the same opinion or actively pursuing the maintenance or change of the health insurance system.