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This portion of socialized medicine goes into effect on July 1, 1966.
The greatest nightmare of socialized medicine and, indeed, the sin of it, can be found in its evil underside--medical rationing.
Socialized medicine could be the answer for America, but given the sheer number of patients in the United States who are treated successfully today, we're not the villains of this story.
It assumes that universal, socialized medicine, daycare and state-run schools are all obviously good.
Employer-provided health care was born in the 1930s after Franklin Roosevelt decided not to try for universal socialized medicine.
In April, Coren accused liberals of being against the church while worshipping "nationalism, public broadcasting and education and socialized medicine.
My suggestion is to learn all you can about taking care of your own health, live a lifestyle of healthy self-discipline, do all you can to support free-market health care paid for by the patients, do not support socialized medicine, health insurance and HMOs
I think we've socialized medicine here, but we've socialized it on the back of business.
Socialized medicine, third-party payment, and third-party control of medicine as we have today were not issues.
Its electronic medical records system has turned Kameda into a paperless hospital (see Cradle to Grave--Your Life on a Chip, page 21), its telemedicine services are the digital age's version of a house call (elderly people can be diagnosed from home by specialists even if those doctors aren't at Kameda) and its sun-splashed lobby, staff trained by Japan Airlines and frequently changing art displays are everything that socialized medicine is not.
The public's apparent affection for socialized medicine has less to do with the noble ideal of compassion than it does with the desire of the many to access unlimited services--as long as someone else picks up the tab," the paper says.
In countries with socialized medicine, there is a greater expectation that every policy change will affect everyone.