People who don't live in the United States: Do you enjoy your health insurance/coverage?

Answers:2   |   LastUpdateAt:2012-09-25 03:46:03  

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Yalin
Asked at 2012-08-17 17:15:31
Do you have a single payer system ? A public option ?

How do you feel about your tax dollars to support this system?

Would you trade this insurance for privatized health insurance ?

Is there a high rate of people traveling to the U.S. to get your medical care? Under what circumstances ?

And anything that you can use to describe how it is in their country.

What advice would you have given the United States during the controversy over health care reform .... For those of you who do not know , who had privatized insurance industries . President Obama appeared at the first sign of a single payer system , then went to the public option , then the purchase order was initiated primarily to the curb after a bit of weeping and gnashing of teeth, especially the politicians.

What?
Answer1LedaAnswered at 2012-08-24 13:30:02
My husband is a retired disabled veteran , his life almost without health benefits were part of his retirement agreement to prevent sue the pants of the Navy . NO, I would give up for anything . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I resisted all about Obama , and I know that his health care " reform" is a load of cr ** . It will do nothing more than put the screws to the middle class even more .
Answer2GodswillAnswered at 2012-09-25 03:46:03
to be honest with you . health insurance where I was born was called to be free , and it is assumed that all were and are free. But there were and there are many unwritten laws that the government said . And is that even though it is supposed to be free, if you did not pay anything to the doctor, it was very likely that he or she would act like your not there , and not giving the right advice about your health problems . No lights in hospitals in my country , it is very dirty , and most children die at birth because there very low prenatal care . So , although in the United States have to pay a lot of money for insurance ( tooo much unfortunately) is the best doctor ever. The hospitals here are like palaces compared to elsewhere . I know from experience . I like the system here much , except for the high prices . But besides that , it is very clean and I feel much safer here then in my country when it comes to health .
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