| World Health

Yikes… sometimes looking at the numbers—again— can, and should remind all of us what health care reform is all about… US (as in you and me) — and our children’s future.


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2 Responses to | World Health

  1. Jeff Skelly says:

    The United States leads the world in health care accessibility and responsiveness. If you’re sick and need to see a doctor today, you can walk into any hospital and most doctor’s offices and get treatment. You CANNOT do that in many of the countries listed above.

  2. jeffbrandt says:

    Jeff, If you can’t afford it, what good is accessibility. There are many American that do not have access to Health care because of cost and a dependent on free clinics like VIM. Free clinics have a vetting process that can take weeks and many are rejected and get no health care at all.As for other countries, in my travels it has not been my experience that you cannot get care when you need it.

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