According to February 2019 poll, over 70 percent of Americans want some form of universal healthcare, but the way such a plan would be enacted remains divisive. The main conflicts center around cost, care, and complexity.
These healthcare debates cover the most contested issues in healthcare policy and administration. They present an even-handed examination of both sides of the most pressing arguments within the U.S. healthcare system, including whether healthcare is a right or privilege and a comparison of single-payer vs. multi-payer systems, among other considerations.
The idea behind medical aid in dying is that instead of allowing a disease to dictate the conditions of one's final moments in this life, the person can die on their own terms, with their dignity intact, and often at home.