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Shawn Murphy English 110 Mrs. Brouillette March 4, 2008 Public vs. Privatized Health Care: Its Affects on the Local Patient Every election brings about change and new leadership in America. Every election focuses on a few very important issues that the American public is concerned with. This election deals mainly with war, same sex marriages, and health care. Health care in the United States of America is currently labeled as privatized. Privatized health care will help pay for your medical bills when you encounter them. For example: you need to have an ambulance ride; most likely your health coverage will pick up the bill for you. You can gain health care either through the company you work for, or if you pay a monthly premium. Public health care is designed so that any eligible person has access to direct health care services based on a prepaid basis (CBC News, par. 5). The differences in public and private health care both have their pros and cons, but to determine which is the most efficient, cost effective, and reasonable; all aspects on both sides must be understood.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ENGL 110 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '07 term at Millersville.

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