Provide a 5 pages analysis while answering the following question: U.S. Medical Care System. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. The Nineties was the time when Medical care in United States of America saw great reforms following the announcement of President Clinton that every citizen should have Universal Insurance. This system was not truly adapted and a new form of health care services which were labeled as Managed Care Services was announced. This Managed Care Service had a wide impact on the Medical care services and completely changed the pattern of insurance policies. But with these brief changes, the United States of America was still not able to fix the issue which the medical services were facing for 30 years. It has been observed that more than 40 million U.S. citizens do not have Medical Insurance Facility and these services keep on getting expensive day by day. There is no evidence that these changes in the medical services will in near future improve the issues faced by the American citizens. Up till now the Health care services provided in the country are still inconsistent in terms of cost. The government of the U.S. spends a lot of money on health care services in comparison to any other country in the world and the doctors and service providers tend to have a greater earning as well. People living in United States with active insurance have the facility to gain benefit from some of the most expensive Medical Services in the world which include magnetic imaging which is a very costly diagnostic imaging technique. This increasing cost is the reason that every American citizen should have access to Medical Insurance. Many researchers believe that most of the services that an American citizen with Medical insurance receives are too much and these services can be utilized for other people living in the country.