Nope. Healthcare is not a right. I never could understand why people complain about the cost of medication, diagnostic exams, etc.--these things cost money, and without money the option to have them wouldn't exist at all.
There are many people who feel they are entitled to health care--these people tend to be Medicaid recipients, in my experience.
I once had a woman take a swing at me after I told her our clinic would not perform an MRI of her son's knee unless we had a referral from her primary care physician--whom her son had never seen. She had gone to a specialist after having her son seen in the emergency room--the specialist didn't get paid, either, because under Medicaid law in our state if the provider sees a patient without a referral, the provider has to eat the cost. This woman couldn't care less--she called me various names and said that I was discriminating against her son. She definitely didn't care that my clinic would never get paid for doing a $1600 scan--that wasn't her problem. She knew we couldn't bill her and she didn't care.
I believe that there should be a nationwide plan in place to cover total healthcare for certain individuals--the physically or mentally disabled, children, etc. I believe, however, that this plan should be run as an HMO and that certain treatments, like liver transplants in patients with a history of alcoholism, should be excluded.
It's coldhearted, and flame me if you wish, but it's quite literally our money being spent, and it should be spent in a fashion that provides the highest level of care to the most people, not extraordinary care to a very few people.