NUR510 Healthy People 2020 Powerpoint Universal Health Care.pptx

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Costs of Universal Immigrant Healthcare Universal Healthcare may cost upwards of $1.5 Trillion (McGuinness, 2014). About 48 million people both legal and illegal are uninsured in the U.S (Khan, 2014). Although the U.S spends about $2.4 Trillion a year in health care, experts estimate that more than a third of those funds go towards funding care for
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Importance of Immigration Support Legalization Options Legal immigrants start businesses which also create jobs for American workers. Immigrants who are legalized develop new technologies and fill gaps in the work field (Barr, 2013). Immigrant children are our future majorities becoming the future leaders in engineering, science, and medicine Healthcare Benefits Immigration support will reduce the costs of healthcare by allowing immigrants to have jobs and gain access to insurance. Immigrants who are legalized will be able to supplement our economy and healthcare system through their financial input. Healthcare systems will be better suited from the boost in funding from illegal immigrants vs. lack of funding from illegals who are not able to pay for services (Johnstone, 2015).
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Immigration and Healthcare Illegal immigrants have an unalienable human right to healthcare in the U.S regardless of their legal status- Our nation would not be funded on the principles of equality and justice for all should this policy be denied ().
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Importance of Protection of Citizen Healthcare The goal the protection of U.S citizens is to realize the need for care of those who consistently create opportunities for enhancement of the healthcare system (Gilcrist, 2013). U.S. citizens and residents pay for their own healthcare therefore it is the duty of the government to protect and provide the most efficient healthcare system to those who work hard
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