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The major problem is getting access to the health system. Waiting times can be quite long, for regular appointments, non-emergency operations and emergency services. Having private health insurance can speed up access, but this sets up a two-tier system, as not everyone can afford private health insurance. The major pro is that when you get into the health system you are looked after well. There are good staff and facilities.
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There is alot of pros about marketing and there is a few cons. One of the pros is that in marketing the owner and the buying both get good deals most of the time. One of… the cons is called supply and demand. This has sometimes been a problem with marketing. All markets have their ups and downs... -Autum M.
with socialized healthcare, the motivation in hospitals is to treat people, as money is not an issue. When hospitals and pharmaceutical companies are run privately they are bu…sinesses, meaning they will do what is best and most profitable for them, and sometimes treating patients isn't ideal for the profits, so they turn them away without a problem. You may pay taxes to help support a socialized healthcare service, however, if you happened to have an accident and require a very, very expensive procedure to possibly save your life, a business may tell you that you need to cough up your life savings because your insurance won't cover it (by the way, health insurance companies don't care about you either, they want your money, and they want to give out as little as possible)but the small amount of taxes you pay will be paid off massively when you walk away with your body intact and no less money in the bank to carry on with a normal life. The criticism is that you may pay taxes and never have to use the services of a doctor, wait a minute, isn't that exactly the same as paying for health insurance and never using a doctor, i believe it is. Only with taxes, there are no secret hidden charges or things that they just can't cover, whereas a particular operation might not be covered by health insurance and you just didn't read the contract correctly. Socialized healthcare still allows for private healthcare businesses to operate, so for those people that have the money, there are ways to skip the queues and get a nicer bed in a nicer hospital, but those people who can't afford private insurance get access to the healthcare everyone should have, as a basic human right. Remember business is war, its fighting, its competition, and customers are there to be won over and used, all in the name of profits, and that's fine, that's capitalism, its how the we operate and it allows for dreams to be possible, but when we're talking about basic healthcare, its not the right path
A pro of public health nursing is that one gets to work with the larger segment of society and make a real difference in outcomes. One often does not see the variety that …one sees in private practice.
PROS: * It provides a way to relieve extreme pain * It provides a way of relief when a person's quality of life is low * Frees up medical funds to help other pe…ople * It is another case of freedom of choice CONS: * Euthanasia devalues human life * Euthanasia can become a means of health care cost containment * Physicians and other medical care people should not be involved in directly causing death * There is a "slippery slope" effect that has occurred where euthanasia has been first been legalized for only the terminally ill and later laws are changed to allow it for other people or to be done non-voluntarily.
Vitamin water contains many vitamins than a normal soda does. It has b-vitamins and calcium to help your metabolism. The crystalline which is in the vitamin water has 70…% less sweeter than sugar
Advantages: First, ethanol is a renewable, relatively safe fuel that can be used with few engine modifications.The second benefit of ethanol is that it can improve agricu…ltural economies by providing farmers with a stable market for certain crops, such as maize and sugar beets.third, using ethanol increases national energy security because some use of foreign petroleum is averted.Ethanol is nontoxic and biodegradable, it quickly breaks down into harmless substances if spilled. Ethanol use reduces carbon monoxide and many toxic pollutants from the tailpipe of vehicles, making air cleaner.Because ethanol is made from crops that absorb carbon dioxide and give off oxygen it has a potential to reduce greenhouse gas emission and help maintain the balance of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.It is a renewable energy (it means we can always produce it if we have the organic materials to spare) It has many other advantages over gasoline at least it can be a permanent resource. It would be far better if we didn't use the internal combustion engine whatever the fuel you use with it, but powers that be won't let that happen. Disadvantages: Burning it produces almost as much pollution as the petroleumGrowing it takes a lot of land and energy, and most crops are sprayed with pesticidesYou get 12 to 15% less fuel mileage with it you don't get as good milage with ethanol as gasolineIt also drives up the price of our food as there isn't as much corn for the animals feed.Ethanol corrodes iron parts slightly.Some claim it is causing food shortages and driving up the cost of corn.
CONS: polarization in urban areas. African American disputes. Traffic congestion pollution PROS: technology advancement. Job expansion. Less auto dependency
sunspots don't actually have any pros. many cons though. a sunspot can cause solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs) which in return cause cause solar winds. Solar fla…res are the sudden release of energy whereas CMEs are the release of plasma from the sun causing billions of tonnes of particles such as electrons or protons to become released. when both of these emissions are released towards the earth. this aaray of bombardment is called a solar wind. solar winds can cause geomagnetic storms which can greatly effect our earths power grids and satellite communication. so as you can see there are way more cons than pros!
Social pro- spred of culture and ways of life cons- we take away their sense of culture pro- people getto communicate with others form around the globe con- traditonal… clothing is replaced with jeans and tank tops pro- entertainment con- most media is focuced on the celeberties. Economic pro- people are exposed to economic ideas which can improve their lives, such as mass production and high technologies. Their home areas are frequently invested in by the US. con- US interests and corporations take advantage of the people and the resources for profit, which is exported to the US Political Pro- Nations allied with the US and culturally similar to us tend to be pushed toward democracy and, generally, away from totalitarianism Con- That democracy only extends as far as it does not interfere with US foreign policy, and can be overturned or ignored by US foreign policy as we see fit. Military Pro- Massive US hardware support and purchase opportunities of the best military tech on the planet Con- US bases and military actions are only ostensibly optional...the country truly has no choice in the matter.
It gives health care to everyone who's here illegally, while everyone who pays taxes (which is only about 40% of Americans) gets stuck paying for everyone's health care. It's …not actually 'free'. The American people who pay taxes are going to be paying for it. We're already it debt and he's trying to spend some $900 billion to pass this plan. Our children and our children's children will be paying this off. Money isn't just coming out of nowhere, after all.
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The Pros and Cons of health care reform The below applies to US healthcare reform in general and in regards to Obama's 2010 Healthcare Reform Bill: * Everybody can have hea…lth insurance if they want it. o Insurers will not be able to stop paying for people who are sick, even if they lose their jobs. o People who cannot afford health insurance won't have to pay as much money. o People who are already sick will be eligible for healthcare. * In the long run it will (hopefully) reduce medical costs significantly. Rising medical costs are the main reason the long-term budget projections are so alarming. Something has to be done. Unfortunately, this bill might not do enough. While there will definitely be some savings, it's not clear that they will be as transformative as hoped. * Health insurers can no longer cap coverage. In other words, they will no longer say that they have spent enough on you and you're on your own for the next hundred thousand dollars. This should reduce medical bankruptcy. * There will be increased competition in the insurance market. It might be from a public option. It might also be from some kind of non-profit, state-specific co-operative. This might push the healthcare companies to lower costs and provide better service. Cons: * For the first ten years, it will cost about $100 billion a year. This is about the yearly cost of the Iraq War. * The bill might increase the cost of health insurance. This depends on whether the gains from increased efficiencies and increased competition is outweighed by the cost of providing additional benefits. * The Individual Mandate. You will have to either buy health insurance if you don't have it or have a 2% tax increase. This insurance will be subsidized-but there is no guarantee that the subsidy will suffice for your specific situation. * There will be a tax increase on very high income people. If you are making more than half a million (or maybe a full million) you will have about a 1% tax increase. Other stuff that might be good or bad, depending how you see it * Increased government involvement in health care. Government already pays for huge amounts of health care-so this won't be anything new. * Additional regulation on insurance companies. This might increase costs. It will increase quality. * Physicians will have increased access to information about what treatments are most effective for their cost. If two treatments work equally well and one is cheaper, doctors can recommend that one. This was almost universally considered a good thing until a few years ago, but some people have started criticizing it lately. * Large employers may also have to offer health insurance to more of their employees. If they do not, they may have to pay some extra tax.
the pros are : -no floods thats about it . oh and they're are no cons,unless the dam is not well maintained
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By: kaitlen leiran a 9th grader There is a bunch of pros here's some i found. Pros: * You get money every month * You get some money for clothes and personal stuff * you g…ive a child a home that they feel safe in. * it will change who you are. * Foster can then adoption is cheaper than adopting right away. * You will become he/she's roll model
I cannot say. It matters about how old you are, and what kind of lifestyle you 'lead'. It matters on how you are.
1) insurance companies will no longer be able to deny coverage for "pre-existing conditions," which was a favorite scam of theirs for decades; 2) every indigent US citizen wil…l be eligible for Medicaid (previously, one had to meet other eligibility factors such as age and/or disability).