The truth is that we do need a National Healthcare System but one that wouldn't replace multi-payer system but co-exist with it to offer more benefits to those who cannot afford health insurance on their own. Single-payer system or a national healthcare system alone is not the solution because it will restrict people's access to quality healthcare and to their choice of specialists and hospitals. It has been repeatedly explained that while a national system sounds attractive, the reality is not as rosy. Social disparities are still prevalent even in a national healthcare system and accountability can be a major problem
. Thus the best solution is to have a national healthcare system that would co-exist with multi-payer system. This would allow people to have more options and also cover those who cannot afford an individualized plan.
John C. Goodman, Gerald L. Musgrave, Devon M. Herrick, Lives at risk: National Center for Policy Analysis (U.S.) Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.; 1 edition (August 28,…
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