I'm asking this anon because I want to make this as unbiased as possible, and I don't even want my user name to possibly influence anyone.
How about if we were to tell people, regardless of financial need, that if they choose to become a Dr or a nurse, that the govt will pay for their medical school. No loans, no paying it back, no having to qualify based on financial need. You just have to have grades high enough to get in. (some "catches" noted below)
Then, when they finish their education, they will work for a salary at a govt run clinic for a set period, say, off the top of my head, 8 yrs. Their malpractice insurance will be subsidized. The clinic will provide health care for those who have no /insufficient health care, and will charge on a slide scale based on income.
If you choose to work there beyond the allotted time (longer for "specialty" Drs with more training), they can, at a higher pay.
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