Health Reform

By: Heather Reilly


  • Many people get sick a lot of the time from unsanitary living conditions.
  • This is something that could easily be prevented and could save many people's lives with just a few investments to keep everything sanitary.


  • It is important for everyone to live a happy and healthy life.
  • It's important to have sanitary living conditions.
  • If everyone does all they can to keep everything sanitary than not as many people will die from getting sick.
  • Most of these sicknesses can be prevented with a few steps.
  • We hope to develop medicines and actual scientific developments.
  • Many new developments and scientific studies will make a large impact.

How we achieved these goals:

  • Garbage pick-up
  • Clean water
  • Safe bridges
  • Public transportation
  • Sewers
  • Hospitals
  • Health care
  • All of these were investments Theodore Roosevelt suggested.

Successes and Failures:

  • FDR gives the right for everyone to have good medical care and the opportunity to live a healthy life.
  • Theodore Roosevelt passed a law to make these ideas come into action and for everyone to get the medical care they need.
  • Not everyone will like these ideas, but they're really just to help people.
  • Even if people protest about this, it doesn't really matter because Roosevelt made the decision to pass the law.

Key Figures and events:

  • Theodore Roosevelt, whom was the president at the time passed the law for the heath reform.
  • FDR also helped with the health reform.
  • So everyone has the same rights to a healthy life.
  • This is the first government health care plan.
  • Beginning of employer insurance.
  • Employee health care.
  • Medical science advances
  • Beginning of modern hospital system.
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