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Unformatted text preview: soundly. However, since the medical health care is too costly, people have low living standard will not be able to cure. On the other hand , providing a comprehensive health care system will offer an equal opportunity for every individuals to access, also include the poor and the disabled. Thus, citizens will not have to worry about their health. But, it not only make people abuse the system but also due to a heavy work load for hospitals because of lacking doctors and facilities . In addition, it certainly require a huge finance source and so on. To sum up, while the price are increasing all the time, finding the way to balance the health care budget and supply the best services to take care citizens is a problem which are under debate. Both of these two methods have advantages and disadvantages , so combine them is the best way to solve this problem....
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Jillmurray during the Three '11 term at La Trobe University.
- Three '11