Senator Bernie Sanders wants health care for all, a human right, he believes.
Senator Rand Paul worries that this amounts to “conscription”, that doctors will be drafted against their will, meaning a loss of freedom.
In China, the doctors are paid in proportion to how many of their patients are well. In the United States, the doctors are paid in proportion to how many of their patients are sick: the more illness, the better, from the doctor-profit point of view.
But the Rosicrucians win the prize for best health care providers. Christian Rosencreutz, founder of the secret society, stipulated that the Brethren were to disperse like the Apostles into various countries and that “none of them should profess any other thing then to cure the sick, and that gratis.” 
But maybe Jesus and his Apostles were really the best of the health care providers. Jesus was always curing the sick at no charge and, as a bonus, often forgave their sins as well. The Apostles went out to do likewise.
I am turning 65 soon and am besieged night and day by Medicare supplemental insurance salespersons. I finally just turned off the phone, so I could get some peace. The Medicare, I find out, is not exactly free: they take out money from your Social Security check for the “Part B” and “Part D” coverage. And even then you are not completely covered! Hence the ravenous appetite of the supplemental insurance salespersons.
There are practitioners of Chinese medicine in the town. But they are not covered by Medicare. That seems “politically incorrect” to me and possibly “racist” against the Chinese.
Meanwhile my life force is slowly waning as various debates continue on the health care topic. Maybe, though, a Rosicrucian will knock on my door in time. Then I will at last have no health care worries.
——- Sources ——-
 The Real History of the Rosicrucians, by Arthur Edward Waite. Elibron Classics reprint of 1887 edition.