Healthcare for All Americans: Healthcare Crisis USA - A Comprehensive Solution

Healthcare for All Americans: Healthcare Crisis USA - A Comprehensive Solution

by M.D. Nelson A. Paguyo


View All Available Formats & Editions
Members save with free shipping everyday! 
See details


“This extremely well-written and easy-to-read treatise on the state of healthcare in the US and the author’s proposed solutions is sure to garner much-deserved attention.”


“Paguyo offers a solution for America’s woes in a system of universal healthcare. A close study of the pros and cons of systems in Canada, England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Japan reveals positive options that America can put together to form a greatly improved system for ensuring that sick people get treated properly. Tactics for implementing this new system are also discussed, in this thoughtful, well reasoned proposal for a solid solution to America’s healthcare problems.”



• Proposes ideal healthcare that is universal, portable, user-friendly, simple to administer, worry-free and reliable; affordable and sustainable; based on FREE MARKET principles applicable and adaptable for others countries;

• Is a comparative study of the seven well known national healthcare schemes Canada, England, France, Germany, Japan, Sweden and Switzerland;

• Is an examination of the thirteen major U.S. healthcare problems;

• Is an analysis how U.S. healthcare impacts the American people, U.S. economy, and America’s global competitiveness;

• Is an advocacy to dismantle and completely reconstruct from start the U.S.A. healthcare system in its present form;

• Is a historical review of the U.S. healthcare system from post-World War II to the present.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781640457911
Publisher: Amelia Publishing Inc
Publication date: 08/07/2017
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

NELSON A. PAGUYO, M.D., is a doctor of forty-two years of experience prior to his retirement in 2005, of which, he spent seven years in residency and fellowship training; two years with NIH research; twenty years in solo medical practice, and thirteen years as a member of a staff-model HMO.

Customer Reviews