The Health Care Crisis
Program #WOOS001. Recorded in Cambridge, MA on December 19, 2000.
Nearly every developed country in the world provides its citizen with access to medical care. In the United States, one-third of the population has no medical insurance or is underinsured. Many of these people are effectively kept from receiving needed medical care as profit-driven hospitals, clinics and HMOs routinely turn them away. During the recent economic boom in the U.S., the number of Americans without medical insurance increased significantly. Insurance executives pocket billions while over 90 million people, 25% of them children, go without what the rest of the world considers a basic human right.
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