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19 February, 2015
Let's See How Dumb other Nation's are when it comes to UniversalHealthCare?
Based on the Historical Premise that America is the Greatest County, and Always right; and That the rest of the World are Always Wrong according to American's
Considering the Source Above: Allow 95% to 100% Margins for Error.
Universal health care
Universal health care in the world (2010)
Nations with some form of universal health care system.
Universal health care, sometimes referred to as universal health coverage, universal coverage, or universal care, usually refers to a health care system which provides health care and financial protection to all its citizens. It is organized around providing a specified package of benefits to all members of a society with the end goal of providing financial risk protection, improved access to health services, and improved health outcomes. Universal health care is not a one-size-fits-all concept and does not imply coverage for all people for everything. Universal health care can be determined by three critical dimensions: who is covered, what services are covered, and how much of the cost is covered.
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Update 1/21/2013: With the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the ACA (aka Obamacare), and President Obama’s inauguration to a second term today, the US will have universal health care in 2014 using an insurance mandate system.
Thirty-two of the thirty-three developed nations have universal health care, with the United States being the lone exception . The following list, compiled from WHOsources where possible, shows the start date and type of system used to implement universal health care in each developed country . Note that universal health care does not imply government-only health care, as many countries implementing a universal health care plan continue to have both public and private insurance and medical providers.