We demand a sense of democracy for our health care system. Why is there so little being done for the 50 million people without health insurance? Of the deaths that have resulted in 2014 – over one-hundred thousand have lost their lives to the US health care organisation and insurance companies. How is this preventable?
With the overwhelming amount of outcry and persistence demanding resources to ensure the right to adequate health care, there continues to be elevating levels of health care expenditure and reform.
As a result of many social aspects: like racial background, income level and selected or provided environment, often has a direct or indirect result as to who has access to quality health care. Social communities inundated with impoverishment and racial inequality tend to have a far worse angle at approaching health care than those born into an average middle class.