If everyone was essentially under the same system all that would be much easier, translating into reduced costs and increased profits for companies that cater to the health care industry. Standardization of reporting and levels of care would also mean billions saved by improving cost analysis and cutting out waste and unpaid bills.
Overall a universal public health system would be significantly less expensive. The only people who would suffer are those making a killing in private insurance and maybe those for whom an x% tax increase would be significantly more than the current cost of their health benefits (including the cost of deductibles, coinsurance, and other BS designed to keep health insurance maximally profitable).
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