Do you think the United States has the best health care system in the world?

For this activity you will be divided into groups by your instructor, using the 8 questions regarding healthcare reform prepare an argument for or against. Please include at least 2 scholarly sources to support your argument. This will be an in-class debate. PRO ARGUMENTDo you think the United States has the best health care system in the world?Do you support making the U.S. health care system more like that of other countries? Yes or NoWhat have we (the United States of America) gained by changing to the current health care system?What would we lose by changing away from the current health care system (proposed legislation)?What should be the role of the federal government in the health care market?Who should regulate the health care industry in the United States?How should questions of overall system effectiveness (efficiency, quality of health care, access and sustainability) be addressed for universal coverage?What are some of the impediments to implementing U.S. health care reforms?Following the debate, you will upload your responses to the questions or talking points along with your references. Please see the rubric for additional details on completion.RubricNUR 333 Healthcare Reform DebateNUR 333 Healthcare Reform DebateCriteria Ratings PtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDebate60 ptsLevel 4Spoke clearly and free of slang. Composed and was respectful of other students45 ptsLevel 3Spoke clearly while mostly being free of slang. Stayed composed and was respectful of other students.30 ptsLevel 2Difficult to understand at times with use of slang. Student became uncomposed occasionally but remained respectful15 ptsLevel 1Mumbling or did not speak adequately. Student became uncomposed at times but remained respectful.0 ptsLevel 0Student either did not speak or was disrespectful and argued with other students rather than debate.60 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent and Rationale30 ptsLevel 4Content was thorough and detailed providing strong rationale backed by evidence.22.5 ptsLevel 3Content was thorough with most details provided. Rationale provided backed by some evidence.15 ptsLevel 2Content was lacking some detail. Rationales provided were based mostly off opinion rather than evidence.7.5 ptsLevel 1Content was severely lacking detail and rationales were not backed by evidence or inappropriate.0 ptsLevel 0Content was absent and rationales were not provided to discussion points.30 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAcademic Language4 ptsLevel 4Excellent use and control of language. Superior use of style and variety provided in a professional tone.3 ptsLevel 3Good use and control of language. Minor (5) errors or misuses of style with no variety. Professional tone not maintained throughout assignment.0 ptsLevel 0Significant issues with use and control of language. Style and variety unable to be determined with no professional tone.4 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormatting3 ptsLevel 4Formatting follows assignment directions (APA as required) used with no errors. Citations provided (if necessary) with no errors.2.25 ptsLevel 3Formatting follows assignment directions (APA as required) with minimal (5) make following the assignment difficult. Citations (if necessary) mostly provided with significant (>5) errors.0 ptsLevel 0Formatting does not follow assignment directions. Significant errors make formatting illegible. Citations (if necessary) do not follow APA format.3 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeScholarly/Professional Composition3 ptsLevel 4Expert level of writing with little to no errors.2.25 ptsLevel 3Good level of writing with minimal (5) errors.0 ptsLevel 0Level of writing is far below what is expected for scholarly/professional composition.3 ptsTotal Points: 100