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Aeolus451 said:
Rab said:

Just for comparative cost, US is virtually the only country without a Universal Healthcare System (UHS), almost every study that takes in the full complexity of the real costs shows that there is savings to be gained when using a UHS

That's false. The costs would go up.

All I'm reading in this thread is about higher cost for the government. Let's assume for a moment the US is not able to have a long term plan for UHC that's cheaper than the current system. So it's gonna be a bit more expensive. Wouldn't it be alright to increase the cost of a system if that means overall higher coverage?

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