The big business of health in USA 10 September 2009 from the ridiculous idea that we want to impose death courts (responsible for deciding who can and who can not be treated), the false idea that this reform is intended to give health insurance to illegal immigrants, and to the notion more vast of a Government on the health system controlObama by listing false versions about his project of reform of the health system. For both U.S. citizens and to the Government, the reform in the health care system is not one minor issue and is why are are living days of intense debates where President Barack Obama struggles with all his strength to make his project approved by the Congress. So far, USA.UU. does not have a system of universal coverage, so citizens must ensure medical coverage that many get through their employers while others subscribe to private health insurance.
Obama put a lot at stake with the reform of the health system and though since some sectors are consider that it is a risk that should not be taken, the importance of health in American GDP and fiscal consequences merit the risk. The President knows that the health system will become increasingly unsustainable in the future. According to a report of the year 2006 of the United Nations program for development, Americans spend on health around 15% of GDP. Popular resistance to reform is strong by habitual distrust that the United States has half that involves government interference. Although still has not submitted the comprehensive project, the first U.S. President has given to meet certain guidelines of the same as in principle which raises is to give the option to Americans go to insurance offered by the State that competes with private insurers. The speech yesterday Barack Obama compared the U.S. Congress was described by many as transcendental. Add to your understanding with Gavin Baker, New York City.