The Medical care Reform

Medical care is essential in maintaining and improving the quality of life. It is an asset needed in both a functional and dysfunctional society, and events where personal responsibilities are neglected (Schneider, 2010). Unfortunately, there is no society with an ideal medical care system. All public health efforts for disease prevention and control are not immune from errors of lapse of judgments or systematic failures. Consequently, medical care deals with the implications of failures in public health system. And it has become an essential supplement to public health systematic failures, which in many cases are very expensive, unaffordable and unavailable to people that needed it most (Schneider, 2010). Among the organization for economic co-operation and development (OECD) countries, the US spends almost more than twice in health care system, yet many of its population are uninsured (Schneider, 2010). Proponents of universal health care indicated that uninsured leads to lack of

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