Contrary to popularized propaganda, this program does indeed pay mind to healthcare reform. The Bettercare program aims at empowering individuals by providing them with various available options to high-quality medicine and treatment. It bases its actions on principles that are most beneficial to all. The program takes it upon itself to ensure that the competition between players in the healthcare industry. Private companies should be aware that other companies may be providing better services and affordable prices and for that lower their rates to compete. This healthy competition cultivated among players in the sector will mean better and efficient services to citizens at affordable costs.
The program remains highly dedicated to the agenda of the party, which is to promote free a free market with little or no influence for the government. The Bettercare Program commits itself to create consumer awareness for the product and service prices throughout the country. This move aims at promoting transparency among players and, most importantly, save individuals time, and lots of money in search of better Medicare. It is public knowledge that most consumers of healthcare do not take their time to research the price of therapy, prescription medicines, and overall treatment. In light of this, many insurance companies and private companies take advantage of this situation and provide their services at unusually high rates. This program aims at eliminating this issue and leveling the playground to ensure that all participants in the industry do their part to promote better healthcare to all citizens across the country, at affordable services (Hawkins, 2019).
However, the program cannot succeed in its goals and objectives, which significantly intersect with the party’s agenda, without adequate continued funding. The program targets to empower those individuals who would want to access high-quality health services at reasonable rates and provided throughout the country. Bettercare Program fights for the availability of these services throughout the country and, by various institutions mostly private. Therefore, this program continues to benefit many individuals as it remains necessary to control the stakeholders in the sector. The pharmaceuticals industry, for instance, may produce drugs at lower prices but distribute them for outrageously high rates. There is little or no evidence that higher prices command quality. Hence, the program steps in to regulate these charges and standardize them to allow healthy competition in healthcare service provision. Bettercare Program, built around conservative principles, function to empower the populations who work hard daily and for that would need efficient and cost-effective medical treatment for them to maintain their productivity. The initiative aims at rewarding the hard labor of working individuals with high-quality services, reliable and affordable therapy all across the country. It is, therefore, the whole team’s hope that the party continues funding this outstanding program.
Universal Healthcare Program – Liberal Viewpoint
The Universal Healthcare Program aims at providing medical prescription and treatment, both mental and physical to all citizens. Many individuals across the country cannot afford Medicare. Healthcare is among the most fundamental services to human beings, both children and adults. The party principles provide that access to better healthcare systems is a right to all individuals and for that, the government should step up and provide the required services (Lukens, 2014). It focuses on the promotion of player coordination in healthcare innovation that will benefit everyone especially the people and not business entities.
The program works hard to ensure that its objectives advance the agendas of the liberal party; fighting for equal opportunities and equality for all peoples regardless of their paycheck or their ability or inability to afford insurance. The Universal Healthcare Coverage concerns itself with increasing the availability of high-quality services for all. Healthy people, both mentally and physically are more productive, meaning that the economy of the country will benefit immensely. The program remains deeply devoted to the party’s intended desire to balance the needs of individuals with those of the entire population, in the quest to solve the issue of unaffordable medicine or treatment. Healthcare providers have the habit of charging different clients different prices, where uninsured patients are unable to access services and, the insured pay more. The government as a single entity through the universal program takes charge of this situation evening out the underlying issues and enabling access to everyone.
Universal Healthcare saves the typical family over $2500 every year in health care costs. This amount is a burden lifted especially from those who were struggling to meet insurance companies’ requirements. This initiative is crucial for the provision of physical and mental healthcare services to all and sundry, starting from chronically ill individuals to those people who suffer medical emergencies every day but cannot afford quality treatment. Universal Healthcare targets to reach over 28 million uninsured people, together with the more significant portion of the underinsured population (Ciric, 2013). All human beings have the right to access high-quality healthcare services. It is the responsibility of the administration to ensure that this becomes achievable. With continuous funding, this target is well within the program’s reach, which will see significant improvement in the delivery of services through mental institutions and all medical facilities. All individuals, not just seniors and the chronically ill, will continue to have access to free treatment and improve their productivity through the much-appreciated financial support provided. It is, therefore, essential that all stakeholders see the progress of the program and support it through continued funding.
Lukens, G. (2014). State variation in health care spending and the politics of state Medicaid policy. Journal of health politics, policy and law, 39(6), 1213-1251.
Ciric, I. S. (2013). US health care: a conundrum and a challenge. World neurosurgery, 80(6), 691-698.
Hawkins, M. (2019). Conservative Views on Health Care Reform. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/conservative-perspectives-on-health-care-reform-3303472