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The costs of medical health care are increasing all the time. Governments are finding it difficult to balance the health care budget.
Should citizens be totally responsible for their own health costs and take out private health insurance, or is it better to have a comprehensive health care system which provides free health services for all? Discuss.

Due to the increasing cost of healthcare service and difficulty for many governments to allocate a budget for this field, some people argue that citizens should not be given any free healthcare and should buy their own health insurance. In my opinion, I believe that free medical healthcare should only be provided for those who are too poor to afford.

To commence with, those who are able should hold responsibility for healthcare expenses and purchase private health insurance. It is because not all nations can afford to pay for every patient’s treatments as well as the salaries of thousands of hospital’s staffs such as doctors and surgeons. For example, in some developing countries, the government has to address several heated problems including education, environment and employment so the national budget cannot embrace free healthcare for the whole population. Moreover, private health insurance will be worth people’s money in emergency situations. If they get sick, they may have to pay very little or even nothing at all. Privately insured people are also entitled to special benefits such as skipping the waiting list and choosing their preferred doctor.

Furthermore, I believe that fee-free healthcare should only be doled out to a special group of people.To be specific, those who are living in poverty may not have enough money to pay for hospital’s services, which may prevent them from going to the hospital. In the long run, this can cause their health to be deteriorated, which does much harm to themselves. Those people have to suffer from several adversities and disadvantages in their life so free healthcare should be provided to encourage them to take care of their own health.

To conclude, only providing free healthcare for poor and disabled residents can help reduce the burden on national budgets and hospitals and at the same time, can also ensure that everyone gets their health taken care of properly.

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Due to the increasing cost of healthcare service and the difficulty for many governments to pay the entire amount, allocate a budget for this field, some people argue that citizens should not be given any free healthcare and should buy their own health insurance. In my opinion, ("believe" is an opinion, so the phrase "in my opinion" is redundant.) I believe that free medical healthcare should only be provided to for those who are too poor to afford it.

To commence with, those who are able should be responsible hold responsibility for their healthcare expenses and purchase private health insurance. It is because Not all nations can afford to pay for every patient’s treatments as well as the salaries of thousands of hospital’s staffs (wrong form) such as doctors and surgeons. For example, in some developing countries, the government has to address several heated (wrong word) problems including education, environment and unemployment insurance so the national budget cannot accommodate embrace free healthcare for the whole population. Moreover, private health insurance will be worthwhile people’s money in emergency situations. If they get sick, they may have to pay very little or even nothing at all. Privately insured people are also entitled to special benefits such as skipping the waiting list and choosing their preferred doctor.

Furthermore, I believe that (Do not write opinions in the body paragraph. The argument points are to support your stated opinion.) fee-free healthcare should only be doled out to a special group of people.To be specific, those who are living in poverty may not have enough money to pay for hospitalisation, hospital’s services, which may prevent them from going to the hospital. In the long run, this can cause their health to be deteriorated, (wrong verb form) which does much harm to themselves. Those people have to suffer from several adversities and disadvantages in their life so free healthcare should be provided to encourage them to take care of their own health.

To conclude, only providing free healthcare for poor and disabled residents can help reduce the burden on national budgets and hospitals and at the same time, it can also ensure that everyone gets their health taken care of properly.