National Health Insurance in Taiwan



National Healthcare in the U.S. has always been a heated debate nationwide. Despite countless reforms, the United States is still perceived as expensive and inaccessible to a lot of people; even those who are insured under the national healthcare face great limitations in their healthcare options.

Before Obamacare was officially implemented, I was a junior in college who constantly heard objections to any form of national healthcare from my peers. To me the question wasn’t “why should we have a national healthcare?” but more “why did it take so long for us to have a national healthcare?”

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