Keys, David E.
B.S. (Bachelor of Science)
Department of Accountancy
With the Presidential Election approaching, we are hearing more and more about the issue of health care. Politicians are finally standing up and taking notice. The bottom line is that people are fed up and want change. As usual, however, it takes a major catastrophe to make people stop and "open their eyes." What we are seeing is skyrocketing costs and plummeting quality. We have a crisis on our hands and the only solution is change. In the paragraphs that follow I will be taking a closer look at our present health care system, ntional health care, and finally a combination of the two in hopes of reaching an equitable compromise.
Pappas, Nicole, "Health care" (1992). Honors Capstones. 595.
Northern Illinois University
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