Evidence-Based Health Care Reform

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The quality of health care in the USA is seriously deficient and the health care that most Americans receive is worse that in many other countries that spend far less on health care to provide for all their citizens. For example, according to the film, approximately 75 % of the 2.7 trillion dollars was spent on treating the disease that can be preventable, such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. I strongly believe that we desperately need a new evidence-based health care reform due to the fact that in the daily basis doctors experience economic pressure and bureaucratic dictates that are forcing them to sacrifice their integrity and independent professional medical judgment.
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