Archie1954 Wrote:
Jan 12, 2013 1:55 PM
So the UK has one form of universal healthcare and other nations have different ones. The closest geographically to the US would be Canada's form. There doctors and hospitals are independent of government. They are run as private businesses and access public funds the same way such entitiies access private insurance funds in the US. So far after 48 years it works extremely well and has reduced the cost of general healthcare dramatically.