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Challenges Hindering Universal Healthcare in the United States

Challenges Hindering Universal Healthcare in the United States

The failure of universal health coverage in the United States can be attributed to several factors. Firstly, the decentralized governance system hampers uniform decision-making.

Secondly, the significant presence of private sectors complicates efforts towards universal coverage. Thirdly, powerful interest groups, such as the American Medical Association and insurance companies, oppose systemic changes.

Lastly, the prevalence of individualism undermines collective responsibility for healthcare. These factors contribute to the complexity of achieving universal healthcare in the US.

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