50 million people currently have no health
insurance coverage in the United States, and we are the only developed
nation not to provide coverage for 100% of its residents. Yet at
the same time we spend more than $4,000 per capita on health care
each year while countries with a Universal Health Insurance Benefit
Program generally pay about half of that amount, at most.
In the United States it is unlikely we will ever be able to pass universal health insurance into law, but an alternative Social Health Care Administration can be developed for everyone in all states.