Post-it notes with health reform cycle Current universal health care proposals fails to recognize the value of current solutions and cost-containment methods in play for many employer-sponsored health plans all across the country. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The phrases “health care for all” or “universal health care” might be two of the trendiest phrases in the health care space, the political space, and the Friday-night-cocktail-party space. Lord knows, you can’t go to a football tailgate or a friend’s wine tasting without this topic coming up.

But what do these phrases really mean in the hearts and minds of the American public? And what do these phrases mean for the economy and the health care space in general? Let’s dig in.

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