There is no way there will be neither emergency care nor healthcare available without any profit incentive.
In trying to figure out how that makes any sense whatever.
What happens in tax funded medical aid systems is that the system finds it profitable to do away with staff. That way the few left are able to get more money each.
Sorry, but that nonsense requires some citation or source. It just doesn't work that way.
It is this generalization of Parkinson's law:
The demand upon a resource tends to expand to match the supply of the resource.
The queue is the hallmark sign of socialism.
As demonstrated earlier, that is simply a falsehood.
I beg to differ. As demonstrated by experience in Cuba, the Soviet union, DDR, communist China, communist Vietnam, it is true.
the best way would be to allow public systems real negotiating power when buying medicine, surgery or what ever. That way profit would be available only to those who can produce most effectively. Wouldn't that be the American way?
It would be, except when ideologues prevent it from happening (as during the Bush administration). The ACA actually does that ... so, I'm trying to ascertain the point/objection.