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Health Care: U.S. vs. Canada

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Sen. Bernie Sanders asked a panel of experts to contrast the United States health care system with single-payer models throughout the world.
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Richard crank (2 дня назад)
Hey Bernie, what the hell is wrong with people and the idea of a single payer system!?!?????
Jay Rasmussen (9 дней назад)
As an American I find it amazing people have money to travel or see a doctor
Andy (16 дней назад)
Senator Burr got railed by Doctor Martin. He tries to act all smug even though every curveball he threw got stomped on.
vincent Lefebvre (18 дней назад)
Life expectancy is three years higher in Canada than it is the U.S. . It's a fact and could someone from the U.S. explain me that ?
ephabouyed (25 дней назад)
No health care system will be perfect, but the US one seems to be pay or die.
David Hutchinson (25 дней назад)
Hilarious.....US politicians...PWND
Cherise Cavali (27 дней назад)
Doctors in Canada want to make more money into the public system. I've lost a few doctors in the privatized system. She doesn't speak for any of us and it sounds like she's lying with that information. The Canadian system takes months if not years. I have been misdiagnosed at that very hospital with broke bones and had to go back to get an operation. They were lucky to save my limb. We have too many refugees sending home for their parents, their grandparents, etc and they allow them to use the same health care cards, the ones without photographs on them. They don't care about true Canadians but solely new Canadians and refugees.
Bruce Junker (1 месяц назад)
In Canada when you suffer significant injury on the job, "EVERYTHING POSSIBLE" is deliberately used to deny any medical investigation / treatment of workplace injury; FACT: Canada is "HOME" of Government Organized Medical Insurance "FRAUD" = "Blatant Racketeering" - How many doctors does it take to diagnosis a "Spinal Injury" because my specific complaint, 5 Orthopedic Surgeons + 3 neurosurgeons over a 3 yr period "REFUSED" any investigation "NOT 1 MRI ordered / "NO CT scan ordered / This is what awaits severely injured workers in Canada;
Bruce Junker (1 месяц назад)
I live in Canada, when you suffer workplace injury, get prepared to get """" DENIED """" any medical investigation; Canada deliberately denies injured workers any medical HELP and their Workers Comp Boards are totally "CORRUPT" even falsify MRI scan results; Canada = Legalized Insurance Fraud = RACKETEERING
Yiteng Tian (1 месяц назад)
The real problem of US medical system is not who should pay the bill. The REAL problem is why the bill is so expensive. Yet nobody dares to question that.
AnaMaria Alvarado (1 месяц назад)
As a Canadian, I don’t mind waiting esp coming from a person who is really impatient. I’ve had to get an ACL surgery done, I waited 5months but I only paid 100$ for fees, the waiting times are reasonable.In Canada, health care is a right not a previllage. Yes, everyone does pay health care through taxes but it’s definitely worth it, it’s called equality. American should learn about that.
Abd al-Rahman al-Ghafiqi (1 месяц назад)
Sen. Ted Cruz Makes Plea for Alfie Evans, Warns Against ‘Socialized Medicine’ http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/04/26/sen-ted-cruz-makes-plea-for-alfie-evans-warns-against-socialized-medicine/ by Dr. Susan Berry 26 Apr 2018 Sen. Ted Cruz took to Twitter to explain the plight of U.K. toddler Alfie Evans and to warn Americans about the dangers of “socialized medicine.” In a tweetstorm Wednesday 25 April 2018, the Republican senator from Texas described Alfie’s situation from his birth and subsequent illness, to the refusal of both the U.K. and European courts to allow Alfie’s parents to pursue treatment for him at a Vatican hospital: Cruz said the events “remind us of the tragic case of Charlie Gard last year.” “It is a grim reminder that systems of socialized medicine like the National Health Service (NHS) vest the state with power over human lives, transforming citizens into subjects,” the senator said. “I urge the UK government to grant the Evans family’s request to treat their precious child in Italy,” Cruz continued. “Americans strive to achieve the promise of ‘life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness’ for all our citizens, no matter how young or old.” As Breitbart London reported, more than 100 supporters of the toddler and his parents gathered outside Alder Hey Children’s Hospital Wednesday night, continuing their two-week vigil. Alfie’s parents have also received support in a tweet from Polish President Andrzej Duda: In the U.S., Ashley McGuire, a senior fellow with the Catholic Association, called out Catholic bishops and lay leaders in the U.K. for “abandoning Catholic social teaching and splitting from the Pope by defending the government instead of Alfie and his family.” “The Church has long been the first and only voice to speak out for truth and defend the vulnerable,” McGuire said in a statement. “True to that legacy, the Pope spoke out in defense of Alfie Evans and the fundamental human rights of his parents to do all they can to save the life of their child.” “It is moments such as these that Catholics, especially leaders like Austen Ivereigh, are called to stand apart from the fray and defend the truth even when it contradicts the powers that be,” she added. “We thank the Pope for his leadership and look to U.K. Catholic leaders to join him in standing for Church teaching.”
Airbender 4 (1 месяц назад)
And think about this also. How much pressure would a single-payer health care take off of private business? And more people, in my mind, would be more apt to start a small business doing something that they love, instead of working at a job they hate, because they wouldn't have to provide healthcare for their employees. And the owner would be able to possibly be able to give their employees raises, or contribute to their 401k's. Just a thought.
White American Power (2 месяца назад)
Socialism is Communism
siggi zippan (2 месяца назад)
Harper, the Conservative party leader would not dare to change the Health Care system because he knew the Canadian people would not ever vote for him. He had to persuade Canadians that he would not change their Health Insurance or he would be voted out.
siggi zippan (2 месяца назад)
Only the rich Canadians go to the US for getting service faster than regular people in Canada.
Ricardo Mateo Estévez Balvin (2 месяца назад)
Richard Burr looks like an inbred neanderthal compared to the beautiful intelligent Dr. Michelle Martin.
Mike Mac (2 месяца назад)
6:23 That blonde girl's face says it all
andan04 (2 месяца назад)
Figuratively, I'm the young woman over Dr. Martin's left shoulder at 3:25, smiling my approval.
John Zabik (3 месяца назад)
If you support President Donald Trump change your profile picture to show your support!
S Maria (3 месяца назад)
MS PIPES, as a Canadian I can say we are VERY familiar with your version of healthcare, and though we are polite, We ain’t that nice. We choose our system over yours because no matter what happens, a doctor is ALWAYS accessible. In Canada we base our needs on merit, so if I, or any other Canadian were in need of instant care, it’s taken care of. That being said so put the lesser needs. I hadn’t had a check up done in a bit and I was able to see a physician(who was super attentive I might add) within a week, and I also received a call back for a follow up within 3 days. What did I pay? NOTHING. And that’s how it should be.
Daniel rogers (3 месяца назад)
Americans think that having nhs is like signing up to be communist, when its merely another system just like the police and fire services or even the military.
Lynda FromCanada! (3 месяца назад)
Omg I got an MRI IN 2 weeks for my hip
Lynda FromCanada! (3 месяца назад)
The Cold Canadian Ball (3 месяца назад)
The argument between Canadian Health Care to American Health Care is like an argument between scientists and flat earth believers. Yes, I'm comparing the US Health Care to flat earth believers. You're welcome.
Ken Kunz (4 месяца назад)
The fact of the matter is, no other Country has a Healthcare system like the U.S., and for good reason.
Michelle B (4 месяца назад)
Danielle Martin, so so proud of the wit of that doctor. Ms Pipes on the other hand, has no idea that, just like Senator Sanders said, Canadian are more than informed about what's going on in the U.S. than what she thinks. We do not want anything to do with the way it is ruled. You can ask us questions about presidents, government, states, ways and Laws, geography, etc.
xanbex (4 месяца назад)
Dr. Daniels...go gal !!!!!
xanbex (4 месяца назад)
Meant to say Dr. Martin...go gal!!!
Co Cricklewood (4 месяца назад)
😁😂🤣😃😄😅😆😉! Boy what a bitchslapping! He got his fat arse utterly slapped! What A dumb shit that twat made himself look! Only the Yanks would vote against universal healthcare. Pretty dense lot. Seem to care more about guns, even after the latest school shootings than healthcare. Der!
Tracy Peressini (4 месяца назад)
Ms. Pipes is ignorant and uninformed. The #s of Canadians she reports going to the U.S. for care because of waits in the Canadian health care system constitutes .08% of the Canadian population. Another fine example of how to lie and exaggerate with numbers.
ben The Governor’s Channel (4 месяца назад)
“No,no doctors getting out of the public sector,not at all , not a single one “ hummmmmm,that sounds familiarly suspicious, familiarly totalitarian. That Dr. Martin has an agenda and she is pushing hard for it.
Rick B (4 месяца назад)
She didn't say "not a single one" she said "no doctors" in context, as in no doctors are exiting in droves that the senator was suggesting in his question ... and added in fact there is a net surplus of doctors going from the US into Canada. Which is a fact. No agenda, just facts ... she's just answering the question. Why would the Canadian doctor care if the US had universal health care or not? LOL.
Ouinn Ouinn (4 месяца назад)
The title should be Healthcare: U.S. + most of 3rd world countries VS Canada, Australia, NZ, Japan, South Korea, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden and ALL the other developped countries in the world.
Hugo Friberg (4 месяца назад)
$1000 for a fucking MRI...
SeaBEE (4 месяца назад)
There are a lot of millionaires in Canada if they come to America for health care.
Rick B (4 месяца назад)
There are thousands upon thousands of Americans who are cancer patients that go to Mexico for treatment because they can't afford the medical costs in the U.S.
Trent (4 месяца назад)
Make medical school cheap. I mean CHEAP. Maybe allow doctors to take on apprentices and allow them to earn a medical degree after 4 or 5 years of real hands on practice. I have never had any doctor who needed to prove he can do physics. Or calculus. Or History. Actually, about half of all classes that people in premed programs at universities must take, and its a huge reason many people don't strive for higher learning. There are no "engineer's certificates" that only require engineers to know their trade. Truth of the matter is, the Dollar holds power over every single person in this country whether you have any or not. Politicians along with the federal reserve have made people scared that there won't be enough services to go around, and that we need them, vote for them, PAY them to lie to us and conjure up ways regulate us, tax us, arrest us for stupid shit like drug possession. The War on Drugs has taken far too many millions of otherwise good people, many with mental health probelms, or people who self medicate and are otherwise productive members of society, and indoctrinates them in to crime school where they will undoubtedly be under the influence of truly bad people like murderers and rapists. They will learn the life of crime and fear of survival that they do whatever necessary to ensure they don't get raped by the rapists, or shanked by the murderers. The "bitch" scenario that every drug possesion arestee has to go through at least once, if not constantly. It's really sad that voters and government are so indifferent about how other people are treated due to the laws that the lawmakers THEY VOTE FOR! "They deserve it." Unholy bigots should realize that when they create a government that FORCES people to adhere to whatever profoundly disturbing law it may be that's been passed, they need to realize that the politician doesn't like you, care about you, have your best interests at heart, hell, they don't even want to see you or any other American be successful! Oh by the way, the WAR ON DRUGS COSTS TAXPAYERS $50 BILLION DOLLARS EVERY YEAR. Everyone needs to WAKE the FUCK UP and PULL YOUR HEADS OUT OF YOUR ASSES AND START PAYING ATTENTION OR YOUR GONNA END UP FINDING OUT WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE BUBBA'S BITCH IN PRISON.
eileen browne (4 месяца назад)
Ms. Pipes.....please don't take us for idiots.....lots of my treatments in Canada were emergencies and I will ALWAYS opt for our health care in Canada, far above what the Americans tried soaking me for when I had to use their Health Care........it stinks
eileen browne (4 месяца назад)
we have excellant health care in Canada, Senator Burr...........I have worked in the Medical field for over 40 years...so think I might know a wee bit of what I am talking about....had 3 C-sections, plus other major surgeries and I didn't have to ever think of 'selling those children' to pay for 'the second class, high cost of medical care that I did in the U.S......didn't have to pay a dime either when I injured myself visiting my sister, requiring emergency treatment in England.....
Dave BritCan (4 месяца назад)
The U.S tells it's citizens that they have the best system to which Canada does the same. It's only when a citizen of each country gets sick do they find out the truth. The difference with the U.S is you have to have the money but in return get better access. The difference with Canada is you don't have to have the money but get little access. In the U.S you have a choice to pursue treatment to get a resolution to your issues if you have the means to pay. In Canada you don't really have a choice on how "urgent" your issue is. It's up to the doctor to decide what treatment or investigation is needed regardless of what you want. So in Canada, the extent of your illness decides whether you get expensive treatment/investigation, or you just have to live with it. In the U.S you can get anything you want provided you can pay for it. In Canada I'm sure there are great hospitals that have top notch care but there are also the hospitals that don't. So where you live can make a great difference in treatment. In the U.S your bank account decides the best hospital for treatment but there are non profit hospitals available and free clinics. Personally, if I was rich, I would be going to the U.S for treatment or investigation and not because of "line jumping" mainly because if you have constant illness, you have a better chance of finding out why since the doc's are being payed by you and answer to you instead of the government.
Rick B (4 месяца назад)
You're not comparing two systems. You are just comparing what a rich dude does if he has no insurance vs people with insurance. In the US, they have health insurance as well, aside from medicare or medicade, they get it privately. The insurance is much more restrictive than in Canada in what they can or cannot do.
Spectrum (4 месяца назад)
3:50 I love how he asked that question with a bit of a mocking tone, thinking he was getting her good and she mopped the floor with him with the reply....
Abd al-Rahman al-Ghafiqi (4 месяца назад)
DON’T TELL BERNIE: Socialized Medicine Crashes And Burns Again http://dailycaller.com/2018/01/23/dont-tell-bernie-socialized-medicine-crashes-and-burns-again/?print=1 Posted By Brian Joondeph On 1:53 AM 01/23/2018 Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result. Yet, for government schemes the insanity persists. Keep trying and maybe the next time it will actually work. Socialized medicine is one such insanity — the holy grail to the American left, the pony Sen. Bernie Sanders wants to see under his Christmas tree each year. Socialized medicine is simply a single-payer system. Run by the government. Free to everyone with no out of pocket expense. Conveniently overlooked in such a system are the high taxes required to fund it. Nothing is truly free after all, despite what Bernie wants you to believe. Single-payer was passed legislatively in Vermont but never implemented because it would cost more than the entire state budget. Colorado asked voters if they wanted a single-payer system, also projected to double the state budget, and by a 4-to-1 margin, voters said no. Even California floated the idea of single-payer, until government officials realized that it would cost more than twice the existing state budget. Bernie and his fellow leftists remain undeterred. Obamacare, by accident or design, is leading America toward a single-payer solution. Why not take a look outside the US to see how these programs are working? The best example is the British National Health Service, the NHS. Donald Berwick, former administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services under President Barck Obama, once gushed: “I am romantic about the NHS. I love it.” Let’s see how the bromance is working out. Early in 2018, the NHS announced: “Every hospital in the country has been ordered to cancel all non-urgent surgery until at least February 2018.” This translates to 50,000 elective surgeries being cancelled. It translates to senior doctors describing patients being treated in “third world conditions.” It translates to outpatient clinics closing for weeks. Why is the NHS unable to provide Bernie Sanders “Medicare for all” type healthcare to its citizens? The NHS claims pressures of an aging population, budget cuts, staff shortages, unhealthy lifestyles, and a rise in flu cases. Factors not unique to the UK but facing all developed countries. Not mentioned, but undoubtedly contributing to the mess is a flood of refugees and immigrants. The UK has nearly 120,000 refugees from such places as Syria, Afghanistan, and Sudan. Bringing health issues and diseases to an already overtaxed NHS system. So, how’s that “free” single payer healthcare plan working out? In the United Kingdom, not so well. Don’t tell Bernie, but it’s true that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Or free healthcare. Tradeoffs exist. In healthcare, we have three choices: low cost, high quality, and widespread access. Sadly, we can only pick two. It’s impossible to have all three. In the United States, we have high quality and ready access, but costs are out of control. In the UK, there is no patient cost and the quality is generally good. But good luck accessing the system. Waitlists for care under the best of circumstances. No care when the system crashes as it is now doing in the United Kingdom. Canada is another example of single-payer, socialized medicine. On average, Canadians wait five months from general practice referral to specialist treatment. Pick cost and quality, but then access flies out the window, just as in the United Kingdom. The current NHS crisis is unfortunate but predictable. Guaranteeing your citizens free health care comes with tradeoffs. Such as not getting your cataract surgery or hip replacement unless you use the separate private medical system, paying out of pocket for your care. Journeying from socialism to free-market. How would single-payer play in the US? Just look at the VA system with its secret wait lists and general mismanagement. Americans, impatient over waiting in line for their lattes, will never tolerate United Kingdom, Canadian, or Veterans Affairs-style wait lists. Yet Bernie and his supporters still think this is the way to go. Insanity indeed. Brian C Joondeph, MD, MPS, a Denver based physician and writer. Follow him on Facebook LinkedIn and Twitter.
Rick B (4 месяца назад)
What a pile of drivel. The fucker who wrote this nonsense is a rich doctor living off of rich patients, so of course it's in his best interests financially. The fact remains US health care and pharma is the most expensive in the world, and many Americans who have severe medical issues go to other countries for treatment because it is less expensive.
gwensf (5 месяцев назад)
Senator Burr is a fool. How embarrassing. And Ms. Pipes- are you really effing serious? Canadians are more patient than Americans is your excuse for why Canadian's like their system. Ridiculous!
wouldbegood (5 месяцев назад)
Seeing as most pay less than 50% for the cost of insurance in a single payer system, you can always top up your insurance with the savings if you want private healthcare on top. And the cost of that will be markedly reduced due to the very large minimum care already offered to every citizen.
Paul Page (5 месяцев назад)
When it comes to health care. I would take government over the for profit private sector any day. I'm very progressive when it comes to health care.
rachel. (5 месяцев назад)
Jesus Christ, that Republican senator was so rude! He kept interrupting them and acting all holier-than-thou... Yuck.
Stephanie Christine (6 месяцев назад)
As a Canadian I LOVE our health care system and it has saved my life many times. Our wait times are very reasonable! Usually I see the doctor right away.
Zachary Grant (6 месяцев назад)
The women's face in the back at 6:24 😂😂😂
John Hoy (6 месяцев назад)
American politicians ask such stupid questions - Two Thumbs Up for Dr. Martin and her Intelligent Responses.
Robert Cozma (6 месяцев назад)
That smug smile asks for a brutal beating. No reason for conservatives to exist.
Robert Cozma (6 месяцев назад)
That fat old lady and that assshole probably share some dicks. That's some porn no one wants to see
Robert Cozma (6 месяцев назад)
again, no conservatives war ever right about anything.Their motives are votes and sponsors. not just in the US. You're a bunch of cheesy retards. Shoot yourselves, you're useless
John Murphy (6 месяцев назад)
Shocking how he cut her off at the most important part that answers his question. "It's not Bourne out... "
Mike 34 (6 месяцев назад)
Ms.Pipes go get piped on your own time we don't have time for bull💩💩💩
Angel mothez (6 месяцев назад)
Canada's Healthcare is Better, America needs it for their people to Survive and fair Care
Dheerendra kushwah (6 месяцев назад)
Hey this is must for good health https://goo.gl/mL6YzA
Gmail Account (7 месяцев назад)
In france health insurance is the same thing as car insurance. You pay 50 dollars a month to the insurance company for the both. All health care and car crashes are insured. After returning to the states after 5 years in paris i realised all my friends are crazy. My whole country is crazy. A car insurance has nothing to do with socialism. But all my friends seem to think that a health insurance is. Now i am looking for a french company that will accept me as their american customer and will insure me for a fraction of the costs i now have to pay in the states for health care insurance. So far three companies replied positive. In the near future i will be freed of this mad american system. Sanders is my hero now. All other politicians are crooks. Not you Ron Paul. Sorry. Slip of the pen.
sir Robert of Bruce (7 месяцев назад)
we don't want govt health care we want better
luv2rede (7 месяцев назад)
Those who don't want to admit single payer is the best way don't understand what it's like, having never lived in a country that takes care of its citizens. I lived 7 years in the UK and was treated for a heart stent and cancer along with other minor ailments. I've never waited longer than an hour for a normal appointment (because so many could actually see a doctor) and waited not at all for an urgent appointment. Prescriptions are free to those over 60 and those with illnesses like cancer or kidney failure, among others. Besides that, prescriptions are £8 each no matter how many you have. If you have more than three you can prepay with a prescription card for £100 a year which covers as many prescriptions as you need. That's it. The lack of stress over my health care was one of the beauties of this system. I could walk into any doctor's office or hospital and no one harangued me about filling in papers or asked me BEFORE treatment about insurance. Brits expect that their taxes will help others. As an American I am appalled that some of my country's citizens could not care less what happens to other people, as long as 'their taxes' don't pay for someone else's illness or any other kind of assistance. For a supposedly 'Christian' country this is a testament to how little religion has sunk in. Religion is their culture, not their lifestyle or morality. In the UK I worked, paid my taxes, higher than the USA, yes, but I felt it was my duty to help everyone in the country, not just myself. Thanks Bernie Sanders for pursuing this important issue.
HAVANA SCP (7 месяцев назад)
How can us Americans criticized Canadians with all the crap going on in our own gov. Where nothing makes sense. Health care. Infrastructure. Def budget. School budget. N on n on
Ravi (7 месяцев назад)
"Canadian are nice people and they can wait" get the hell outta here with your bs points
CptCanada (7 месяцев назад)
As a Canadian it shocks me that Healthcare isn't a human right in the USA. I love the USA to death but you guys need to get on board with that.
CptCanada (7 месяцев назад)
I live in Toronto and I've never seen an advertisement for treatment in the USA.
Frank Twist (7 месяцев назад)
See that smirk on Senator Burr's face.  He sounds like one of the senators bought off by the health insurance companies and the rest of the Industry.  This video shows how completely out of touch the US senators are about the Canadian system, they have no clue, or they are just protecting the lobbyists that are paying them.     Canads's health care system is free. Paid for by taxes. It is fantastic! If you have an emergency, car accident, heart attack, cancer etc.  You are treated immediately, you pay nothing, maybe $40 for an ambulance fee sometimes. You treatment is top notch.  -The system is not perfect, you can always find some one who may have had a problem, those are the ones the US media like CNN get hold of to parade them in headlines and say our system is bad. -Canada does have wait lists for knee and hip replacements of non emergency nature. -Yes there is some Canadians with money who go to the US for elective surgery like knee replacements to avoid waiting lists that we have in this area. The Canadian system, which is also used in many other countries is great. Americans pay more than any other nation on earth and yet they are ranked 31st for life expectancy, lower than any modern country. See this link. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_life_expectancy Your politicians are bought off, your system is run by a corrupt industry.
Jenn G (7 месяцев назад)
As a Canadian, I do prefer our way of doing things in many respects, and our environment. We are diverse, we take care of each other. We have better universal health care and education systems, and quite honestly a much better impression on the planet than Americans. It's time for America to wake up and realize that the inward, selfish culture they've built isn't word class.
MrLoobu (7 месяцев назад)
God those Are some real Goons you have for senators America.
Bruno Bibeau (7 месяцев назад)
Senator Burr whenever I listen to you and your smug elitist smirk I just want to
Rick B (8 месяцев назад)
Senator Gomer Pyle, like so many nickels, is in the back pockets of the U.S. insurance and pharma companies. He reports to Ms. Pipes.
Madronaxyz (8 месяцев назад)
Dr. Danielle Martin handed Senator Burr his head on a platter. Senator Sanders handed the paid industry shill her artificial red head on a platter.
Rhogene Labata (8 месяцев назад)
The Senator shamed himself, very painfully. #tragic
Tanner Stage V (8 месяцев назад)
Socalist = liar.
petnzme01 (6 месяцев назад)
Then stop taking it up the arse fool.
Tanner Stage V (6 месяцев назад)
Owned and butt hurt, LOL.
petnzme01 (6 месяцев назад)
Republicanism = stupid fucking idiot
lane1953 (8 месяцев назад)
I waited 2 years for surgery on a hernia.
petnzme01 (6 месяцев назад)
you can go to america and pay to have it taken care of.
roof pizza (8 месяцев назад)
Oh no's. Educated Canadian v 'educated American', there will only be one outcome. Vegas odds makers wouldn't touch that one with a ten foot pole.
Aleksander Giannitsopoulos (8 месяцев назад)
Canada's health care system runs off priority and not how much money you have like the American system. My personal experience with the system is great. Last year my grandfather has a urinary tract infection and was treated the same day and saved his life, not that but we did not pay a dime for the procedure and there was no increase in taxes and he is still living to this day. This just proves that the Candian system is far superior to awful American system in every way possible
A. Whiteman (8 месяцев назад)
You cant talk about single payer until you talk about reducing mass immigration. Period.
roof pizza (8 месяцев назад)
I've spotted the racist. Ya don't think Canada, Australia, etc, etc, etc don't have immigration? And fuck you ya dumb cunt, ya don't even take care of your own so blaming the boogeyman doesn't hold water.
Jay (8 месяцев назад)
Bernie is right, we do know a lot about their politics because we can't believe these arguments to not have universal medical care. Ms. Pipes doesn't know what she is talking about.... and btw, our PM is good looking and draws attention on the world stage, but that's about it when it comes to being affective for most Canadians.
Splaticus Blah (8 месяцев назад)
Pipes has no clue what she is talking about. I have had MRI's, cat scans, etc I have NEVER waited more than a week.
Radnally (8 месяцев назад)
It might be interesting to compare how many people in Canada file for bankruptcy due to medical costs vs. the USA.
roof pizza (8 месяцев назад)
What, zero compared to 10's of thousands per annum? Americans couldn't fathom the comparison.
Oude Kaas (8 месяцев назад)
Dr. Martin contradicts Senator Richard Burr. Her answers are well formulated. The Senator just goes on with ill informed questions, without taken notice off the answers of doctor Martin. It is flabbergasting.
BadLeaders (8 месяцев назад)
A better system would be to not allow insurance conglomerates to gouge people like they do now. I believe Warren Buffet had the best idea. A much smaller deductible, such as under $500, paying a copay instead of paying in full to see a doctor or a specialist, before the friggin deductible is met, and paying a copay for prescription drugs, as opposed to paying the full amount of the drugs before the deductible is met. Insurance conglomerates would have to compete for acquiring policies from patients. If their rates are too high, the patients will go elsewhere. People will not be penalized for preexisting conditions.
Island Monkey (8 месяцев назад)
This government would save billions in SSDI and SSI payments if they'd move to #SinglePayer. A great deal of disabled people are drawing disability because they need the health care coverage (Medicare). Give these people #SinglePayer and most would go back to work, because SSDI and SSI doesn't pay much anyway.
James Bond 007 (8 месяцев назад)
it is mind-boggling how some American politicians don't believe healthcare is a right Canada 🇨🇦 spend less money on their Healthcare then Americans do and they cover everybody how can anyone be against that ??
Wolves600Gaming (8 месяцев назад)
large medical companies donate large amounts of money to campaigns and spend lots lobbying
Cynthia Madrigal (9 месяцев назад)
watching this again September 22, 2017.
olivier Bourrée (9 месяцев назад)
Like Ms pipes, when you can't respond to a question because the answer doesn't go your way, say something else. Even if it's complete belony
Lynda Mackrous (9 месяцев назад)
Increase population
DC CXI (9 месяцев назад)
Yes, let's ensure that all hospitals function as efficiently as VA hospitals. Schmucks!
roof pizza (8 месяцев назад)
Hahahaha, the retort of an uneducated American. Are you saying Canada's medical system is like the VA or are you saying America is inferior to Canada?
FY30 (9 месяцев назад)
In Canada we can go see the doctor anytime anywhere. Like everything else, there are good doctors and not-so-good doctors. We can have a total health checkup as we wish. We have Pap test every 2 yrs. if a case is not life threatening I don't see a problem with waiting for free care. Even third world countries have free basic health care. Why can't the "most developed" and "most powerful" country in the world do?
Copykitty (9 месяцев назад)
Who the hell would want to move to an American healthcare system?
Lynafire (9 месяцев назад)
How can Bur smile patronizingly and say: " People judge paying more for Healthcare because it is associated with quality and innovation" right after Canadian Doctor, Dr. Daniels JUST told him that if Premier Williams had stayed in Toronto to have his cardiac valve replacement surgery, instead of mistakenly going to Florida, he would have payed nothing to have this surgery done at the Peter Monk Hospital in Toronto,Canada where the surgery was literally pioneered and where the best outcomes in the world have taken place at; there, at the Canadian Hospital. Bur comes across as slimy and manipulative in the face of fact.
Monica Wells (9 месяцев назад)
This senator is either very dumb or he purposely set out to basically destroy the multi payer system argument.
Feministikon Prøjekt (9 месяцев назад)
I like Mr. Burr, I will vote for him if he runs for president. He seems a man who loves low tax democracy, real freedom, he seems to love America and he is an expert on healthcare. The Canadian looks like a fool in front of him, he literally shot her down. After 8 years of glorious Trump-Pence Administration we should vote for him. European Union and Canada, NZ, Australia are miserable countries (I want to look at the post-Brexit EU as a confederation-to be, so I call it country) while America is the best. I can guarantee you that Mr. Burr is a man of Jesus, so here we are, we need men like him to make America great again, while Canada, Norway, NZ, Sweden sink in oblivious poverty. In addition just compare the Canadian or Nordic, European schooling system...Americans are by far the best educated, well-informed, with the best healthcare and social system...Mr. Burr please run for president against Mr. Sanders in 2024...you will become not just our president but one of the Fathers of our Christian peace-loving Nation. All these wars we are launching are not wars of aggression. They are wars of peace for peace. America is a kinda of martyr and missionary...it sacrifices itself and its soldiers to rescue the world and bring peace. Lets vote for Burr-Pence in 8 years after the Trump Era. Let's use the Canadian or Nordic model as an example to avoid. Let's build a wall along Mexico and Canada as well. Let's make America great again. I am so happy when we cut some taxes for the banks and the 1% because this lovely bunch by not paying the fair share they build the economy the way it is so everybody will get rich. Don't forget Trump University...Trump and the system are our friend...they want all Americans to become rich so we will not need National Health System. VOTE FOR BURR-PRENCE-TRUMP...Build a wall with Canada.  I would suggest instead Denmark and Norway to study the Mississippi social model (the state Farage visited to give a speech) and apply it to the rest of the country.
Rose Wallace (9 месяцев назад)
Support for Canadians Single payer healthcare system among Canadians.....94%! BOOOOOM!!
UnKoolKev Clay (9 месяцев назад)
from the other side of the pond. this is a no brainer.
Sharon Knight (9 месяцев назад)
to me it sounds like Dr. Danielle Martin was a paid representative of the American health insurance and pharmaceutical industries.
Rick B (8 месяцев назад)
LOL ... how?
charles burton (9 месяцев назад)
Give out anything free there will be less of it..pretty simple stuff..citing bs sounds great just doesn't exactly line up with facts..what's new with lefties..
charles burton (8 месяцев назад)
Wolves600Gaming and this is the only reason the democrats win elections these days..their media can say the most crazy things and in typical liberal fashion they bet most will believe it because people are too lazy to seek facts...I'm not saying your lazy but you have to use your better judgement..just like the whole cops killing blacks thing, most like 99% are criminals either running from, running over, shooting at, punching cops no hands up etc...but the media runs with a LIBERAL agenda and what better way to convience people the sky is falling than to either lie, don't report period or look over facts..the only way a broken arm is going to cost 75k is if that person has many other sever injuries..
charles burton (8 месяцев назад)
Wolves600Gaming neither has anyone else..dude really 75,000 for a broken arm. Idiot socialist might hear that but from a guy that is an adrenaline junkie and boxed for several years I've broken just about everything and the most expensive procedure I've ever had was at the dentist so please...the average cost for an arm break is around $1000 bucks I've had several and my most expensive was $2500 because it had to be broken twice..and here is the thing many times if it is within my means I'll pay cash and turn what would have been ins paid $4000 cash is discounted 3200 when I broke both my wrists..and from what I understand in Canada many time you have to wait a few days for broken bones?
Wolves600Gaming (8 месяцев назад)
I am not american but I have seen people talking about spending 75 thousand dollars on healthcare after breaking an arm
charles burton (8 месяцев назад)
Wolves600Gaming sorry but if your mortgaging your house over broken bones your obviously a democrat living in a box. Many Canadians come here so says both sides, why? Well because obviously anything given out for free is going to lead to long lines or zero stock. This mission creep by the left into any and everything is the objective. Do you wonder why healthcare is always the first thing a dictator goes for? Because it puts them right smack in the middle of your life in the guise of helping the helpless..for example 340 day waits on knee replacement in Canada just goes to prove some of the simplest things when free are at the expense of who? The recipient, think if this guy with bad knees could make it to us he would ofcourse and he'd probably be responsible and not a welfare a welfare leech and have insurance..the thing we have to get a handle on are going to an emergency room with let's say a cut of finger from a nutrition bullet and the emergency room being full (upwards) of 100 Hispanics with sniffles clogging up the system..do they get turned away, no...
Wolves600Gaming (8 месяцев назад)
Canada spends less money per capita than america on its healthcare with none of the people who have to mortgage their house if they break a bone
Fee Wildweb (9 месяцев назад)
Kyle! You didn't show the best part of the video, it gets better! She didn't even begin to fuck him up in this clip! She goes on to say how she stood in line for a long time just to get into the place, yet there is a specific elevator for senators only, so the majority wait and senators just glide through. It is not how much money is spent, but how it is distibuted.
fahad hamad (9 месяцев назад)
a boot a boot a boot a boot a boot a boot I'm hypnotized by the way she says 'about'.
Olympics Gold Medalist Night King (9 месяцев назад)
Stfu socialist bank fraud Canada doesn't have 30 millions illegals
ya hu (9 месяцев назад)
Senator Burr must be working for big pharmaceutical or greedy health insurance company.
Kingless l R6 (9 месяцев назад)
I'm Canadian yeah.. so uh yeah
siggi zippan (9 месяцев назад)
As a German born, immigrated to Canada in 1969 I was fully aware of the Canadian Health Care system and I was afraid to become sick because as a German we were fully insured. Only in 1974 did the Canadians implemented their National Health Care system. I was relieved somewhat but it did not include vision care, pharma care and dentistry like the German system did. In Germany, mostly the Conservative party were in power in the Government and some years, the Social Democratic party. Both would not dare change the concept of Bismarck's ideas of giving health care to the most vulnerable.
siggi zippan (9 месяцев назад)
Actually, Canadian politicians wouldn't dare to create a private health care system (a two-tier system) because they would loose the election.

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