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Living Under Socialized Medicine in Canada is "must reading" for all Americans at this time. The Canadian healthcare system is an exact prototype envisioned by the Democrats who are advocating for "Medicare for All". The Democratic model is not anything like the Medicare we have known in America for the past 54 years, since 1965. He argues persuasively for an independent s Living Under Socialized Medicine in Canada is "must reading" for all Americans at this time. The Canadian healthcare system is an exact prototype envisioned by the Democrats who are advocating for "Medicare for All". The Democratic model is not anything like the Medicare we have known in America for the past 54 years, since 1965. He argues persuasively for an independent single-payer universal healthcare insurance program similar to traditional Medicare. The fee for service model, instead of block funding of institutions and programs, must be assiduously preserved. The patient's privilege to choose and the provider's freedom to operate as they see fit should be inalienable rights and privileges. Government controls should be limited to licensing and regulations. It is important that Medicare is protected from political tinkering by placing it at arm's length from the government - similar to the Federal Reserve in Washington. There should be premiums, co-pays and deductibles with ample subsidies for those who need them. In conclusion, the author argues eloquently for a universal Medicare for all Americans with the proviso that the delivery system remains deeply rooted in a free-enterprise foundation.


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Living Under Socialized Medicine in Canada is "must reading" for all Americans at this time. The Canadian healthcare system is an exact prototype envisioned by the Democrats who are advocating for "Medicare for All". The Democratic model is not anything like the Medicare we have known in America for the past 54 years, since 1965. He argues persuasively for an independent s Living Under Socialized Medicine in Canada is "must reading" for all Americans at this time. The Canadian healthcare system is an exact prototype envisioned by the Democrats who are advocating for "Medicare for All". The Democratic model is not anything like the Medicare we have known in America for the past 54 years, since 1965. He argues persuasively for an independent single-payer universal healthcare insurance program similar to traditional Medicare. The fee for service model, instead of block funding of institutions and programs, must be assiduously preserved. The patient's privilege to choose and the provider's freedom to operate as they see fit should be inalienable rights and privileges. Government controls should be limited to licensing and regulations. It is important that Medicare is protected from political tinkering by placing it at arm's length from the government - similar to the Federal Reserve in Washington. There should be premiums, co-pays and deductibles with ample subsidies for those who need them. In conclusion, the author argues eloquently for a universal Medicare for all Americans with the proviso that the delivery system remains deeply rooted in a free-enterprise foundation.

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