Healthcare Insurance 101: And why Universal Healthcare makes sense

US death-rate and Age distribution: For Males, and females
High cost areas: Low populations, high mortality.
Why insuring healthy people is cheap: Less likely to be sick, and there are plenty of people paying their premiums.
As people get older, the risk of high expenses increases, this makes the healthcare insurance more expensive because it needs to cover a declining population
We acknowledge that we will need care, at all stages of life, and we use our numbers to reduce costs.

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I believe in the goodness of mankind even when the evidence proves the contrary. Engineer by day, Poet in my dreams, and 100% AMERICAN every waking moment.

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