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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Commit Health Care Rationing Private vs. Public Health Care Private Public The extent consumers can be"induced" to pay with their money by the cost of "demand." Priorities determined by what gives the greatest professional satisfaction. Supply: Priorities determined by thereimbursement rulesof insurance funds Priorities determined by the doctor's opinion and the expected "trouble making" of the patient. Demand: A decision to treat one patient is also a decision to deny another patient care. " " " 64.1% of adult have private insurance 52.8% of Children have private insurance 20.9%of adults are uninsured 6.6% of children are uninsured 16.4%of adults have public health coverage Demand: Supply: 42.1%of children have public health coverage 45,000 people die each year simply because they have no health insurance Around 50 million people do not have health insurance. BOTH systems are FLAWED " "
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