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hpr2360 :: Tradeoffs in the US Health Care System

Financing health care means choices to be made

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Health care is a service, and like all services it needs to be paid for one way or another. This means making choices, and there are consequences and implications to whichever choice you make. But there is no free lunch, you have to pay.


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Comment #1 posted on 2017-08-19T11:42:51Z by Ken Fallon

A better starting point

A better starting point may be to agree that everyone has a right to health care, and work from there.

Comment #2 posted on 2017-09-03T17:51:15Z by Kevin O'Brien

Still have tradeoffs

While that would be an improvement, there would still be other tradeoffs to deal with.

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