We interviewed people who is familiar with the health care system of the U. S because we wanted to know if private or public health care is good. For my global health cure class, we went to Linden LLC to interview 4 people because they have many experiences about the health care. They buy companies that are health care related.
News Report Script:
From the GCE Chicago High School, we will talk about global health care. The question that puzzles people around the world, should healthcare be universal? This is a difficult question to answer because the healthcare system is so complicated everywhere around the world. So I asked some other questions to 4 different people who is familiar with health care here in the US. Please listen to the interviews below:
Ben Ryugo (Linden LLC) Ben Ryugo, whose father is a research scientist, formerly at Johns Hopkins Medical Center and now at a national research institution in Australia.
Question: What would happen if the U.S had universal health care?
Answer: In my opinion, it would create more illness and problems that no one can solve.The government would have to increase tax from people and the income would sink whereas the technology would not be made because they can’t sell it. Having free health care hospitals can’t earn money from it.
Question: If you could change US’s health care what would it be and why?
Answer: I would change the way the US government doesn’t focus on scientific research because the government spend too much on the sick and dying. I think if the government fund research scientists, we would have better health care tools like technology and medical devices etc.
Eric Larson (Founder of LLC) Mr. Larson holds an AB in Biology from Harvard College and an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
Question: On scale of 1 to 10, 1 being awful and 10 being awesome, How would you rate US on health care. Why?
Answer: I don’t know. I would give it a five because the resources are not completely good. They have such unorganized health care compared to other parts of the world. In some regions, the health is good.
Question: Is there such a thing as perfect health care?
Answer: There is always something that can be improved in everything and I wouldn’t say US’s health care is close to perfect because there are many people who don’t have health care.
Research America, 2012.