Health Care in America: In Perspective, in Reality
Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law
The conditions that must be satisfied in order to implement a system of universal health care for the people of the United States are: (1) access to a basic package of health care services for all Americans irrespective of their economic or social status; (2) administrative streamlining that would reduce costs and reallocate more resources to medical care giving, while maintaining total expenditures to the current fourteen percent of the gross domestic product (GDP); and (3) free choice of physician and hospital.
Leo van der Reis,
Health Care in America: In Perspective, in Reality,
46 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 73
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